[ UK /dɹˈɔːbæk/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɔˌbæk/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being a hindrance
    he pointed out all the drawbacks to my plan
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How To Use drawback In A Sentence

  • This is one of the main drawbacks of having a business carried on by a company.
  • If this approach has a drawback, it is that the zealous pursuit of the founding principle—disinterring the buried life, stamped under the sod by conniving male partners—sometimes obscures the fact that not a great deal gets added to the wider cultural landscape it is bent on illuminating. A Far From Model Marriage
  • The main drawback of the technology is that the batteries are bulky and only last a few hours.
  • It's easy to get carried away with technology, and obviously there are limitations and drawbacks to a network.
  • I did one a few years back and the main drawback is the cheesy driveline that is under an S-10. So, Iam thinking about converting my S-10 Blazer to a 350 V8.Sound like a great idea?The conversion is cheap and easy.And I woul
  • However, the promise of odour-free toes comes with an environmental drawback. Times, Sunday Times
  • The real reason was Saul's too great mildness, a drawback in a ruler.
  • The drawbacks to independent acquirers are the fees and exclusions that the seller will have to cover.
  • I did one a few years back and the main drawback is the cheesy driveline that is under an S-10. So, Iam thinking about converting my S-10 Blazer to a 350 V8.Sound like a great idea?The conversion is cheap and easy.And I woul
  • One small drawback is the last-minute rush to make the house presentable. Times, Sunday Times
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