Examples of backslide in a Sentence
Smokers who quit often backslide within a year.
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Myanmar has barred an independent U.N. rights investigator and withdrawn any government cooperation for the rest of her tenure, prompting further indictments of the country’s backsliding on human rights.
But 12 years at the top is plenty for any U.S. Soccer president, and the trends on the field have been backsliding dramatically.
But there's no reason to expect them to backslide out of the playoffs entirely.
Iran and the United States on Sunday tore into each other’s behavior regarding the 2015 nuclear deal as America’s top diplomat and Iran’s supreme leader traded accusations of backsliding on agreed-to commitments.
Women are backsliding in so many areas under this administration and that’s her responsibility.
Unfortunately, the five starters from Budenholzer’s prized 60-win squad from 2015 have departed one by one, causing Atlanta to backslide in each of the past two seasons.
Now what had been hoped was a historic opening is backsliding to an era of mutual suspicion and recrimination.
But a deeper dive into Monday’s stats doesn’t suggest that the United States is backsliding to the high-crime years of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
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