Definition of fightback
: a new effort to win or succeed after being close to defeat or failure : comeback England's fightback from a goal down at the Maracana has injected belief into the squad that they can compete with the world's best international teams … — Matt Barlow, MailOnline, 3 June 2013 David Cameron will begin the Government fightback after last week's dismal local elections showing by making a new immigration bill a key piece of legislation in today's Queen's Speech. — Yorkshire Post, 8 May 2013
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