Blowback

Defined:  an unforeseen and unwanted effect, result, or set of repercussions

First Known Use of BLOWBACK 1973  NOUN (Merriam-Webster.com)

In today’s news, America is concerned with what blowback might come from Iran if we strike Syria.  But blowback might be substituted for consequences, less than ideal results, or flack from those affected.

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