Thesaurus / drawback
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The distance, and the fact of the church being in a slum, he maintained, would not be in itself a drawback.
EVELYN INNESGEORGE MOORE
Whatever you may think, you young men, it is a drawback for a man when he marries a fool.
HESTER, VOLUME 2 (OF 3)MARGARET OLIPHANT
The only drawback to writing about California is that scenery and climate—and weather even—will creep in.
THE NATIVE SONINEZ HAYNES IRWIN
There was only one drawback; Kathleen could not go to the station.
THE OLD PINCUSHIONMRS. MOLESWORTH
The one drawback was the long-drawn darkness of the winter night.
CHRISTOPHER CRAYON'S RECOLLECTIONSJ. EWING RITCHIE
They demonstrate that poverty is no drawback, and that frequently it is a good stimulant for the right kind of a boy.
A GUEST AT THE LUDLOW AND OTHER STORIESEDGAR WILSON (BILL) NYE
This is my drawback I am afraid, and not my praise—for where such hundreds are intensely interested I am often but slightly so.
WILLIAM SHARP (FIONA MACLEOD)ELIZABETH A. SHARP
There was only one drawback—the musicians did not play with quite as much spirit as could have been wished.
SKETCHES BY BOZCHARLES DICKENS
The only drawback was, the kittens had to be given away just as they got to the most interesting age.
PEGGY IN HER BLUE FROCKELIZA ORNE WHITE
But, notwithstanding every drawback, his action was most important, and deserves grateful memory.
GREAT BRITAIN AND HER QUEENANNE E. KEELING
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