Backlashes [noun]

Definition of Backlashes:

adverse reaction

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Sentence/Example of Backlashes:

The backlash to unrest in the ’60s gave the country Richard Nixon, one study found.

This lack of oversight led to situations like the mask backlash that resulted in all the major exhibitors reversing course to require face coverings.

The Catholic Church considered the bloomers worn by female players as inappropriate and women’s basketball faced a backlash.

That project, known as Renape, faced criticism from within the military and a backlash from the government technicians building it because of its lack of transparency and the threats it posed to freedom and privacy.

The decision immediately sparked a backlash, as researchers accused the lab of pulling a stunt.

There’s a reason companies often bend or even break the rules despite the reputational and regulatory backlash they could face.

But he was sure of its source; it had not been any backlash of the Red caller!

Extrapolating Russian history, it would be reasonable to expect a backlash in the form of a counterrevolution.

As these unpleasant truths emerge, the bitterness, resentment and disillusionment will grow and a backlash will develop.

The backlash of that blast must have caught the majority of the lights also.