Thesaurus / drawbacks


Meanwhile Bice had all the enjoyment, without any of the drawbacks of this new life.

Sir TomMrs. Oliphant

The public we fear loves this kind of art, however, notwithstanding all its drawbacks.

But, notwithstanding these drawbacks, she had a wonderful endurance, and she was never startled or at a loss.

I mention these circumstances merely to show that, fertile as is the country and magnificent the scenery, it has its drawbacks.

Mark SeaworthWilliam H.G. Kingston

But he soon finds that the gift of turning everything to gold has its drawbacks.

John LylyJohn Dover Wilson

In spite of all drawbacks, and the counter-currents of destiny, she is a well bred and tasteful woman.

The Art of EntertainingM. E. W. Sherwood

And while this desire for reality has its drawbacks, it has also its advantages.

Civics and HealthWilliam H. Allen

It was a vast improvement on the old syllabary, but it had its drawbacks.

I have just arrived in New York from Boston, and 16 travel in war times certainly has its drawbacks.

Suppose, then, on top of all the drawbacks of small-town life, the girls had to work under big-city factory conditions?

Working With the Working WomanCornelia Stratton Parker


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