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Repercussions

The repercussion was at once felt even in our remote corner of the earth. But there are ways with hand or handkerchief of breaking the repercussion. Even as far north as Greenland the repercussion may be felt. In agony they lay in silence and counted time by the repercussion of pain until the welcome dawn came with its new supply of hope.


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  1. Repercussion definition is - reflection, reverberation. How to use repercussion in a sentence.
  2. noun an effect or result, often indirect or remote, of some event or action: The repercussions of the quarrel were widespread. the state of being driven back by a resisting body. a rebounding or recoil of something after impact.
  3. the effect that an action, event, or decision has on something, especially a bad effect: have repercussions for sb/sth This case is likely to have repercussions for employees. The nation's political crisis is having economic repercussions. The imbalance between supply and demand risks serious repercussions .
  4. repercussion: noun backfire, backlash, blast, echo, explosion, force, impact, reaction, reciprocal action, recoil, reflection, reflex, report, response.
  5. repercussions plural noun consequences, result, side effects, backlash, sequel It was an incident which had repercussions. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  6. A repercussion is something that happens because of another action. You could quit paying your rent, but getting evicted from your apartment might be the repercussion. Repercussion may remind you slightly of concussion or percussion — what they all have in common is the idea of something (a head, a drum) getting hit.
  7. Sep 11,  · countable noun [usually plural] If an action or event has repercussions, it causes unpleasant things to happen some time after the original action or event.
  8. 5 synonyms of repercussion from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 14 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for repercussion.

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