How to use Repercussions in a sentence
The new law had repercussions on French society.
There will be repercussions on a much wider scale.
The repercussions of world events were seen on the stock market price.
Some people like to test how far they can go without repercussions.
England 's win has repercussions far beyond the match.Advertisement
Like many other celebrities before her, Kardashian dealt with the repercussions of a leaked sex tape and has moved on, not letting it interfere with her celebrity status.
The increased cost brought many repercussions for the many young people deterred from going to the university.
If the decision is forced, I worry about the repercussions for the team as an entity long-term.
The national winter of discontent had repercussions in school.
World War I had been devastating and the repercussions would be felt for the next two decades.Advertisement
This idea is very disturbing to many people who feel as though there will be eventual repercussions for trying to change something that nature has already perfected.
The death of Keith had tremendous repercussions through the fifth season.
Repercussions of the war included a further body blow to the failing linen industry and the increased disaffection of Northern Presbyterians.
England's win has repercussions far beyond the match.
Is it really worth losing your job or suffering the repercussions from a lack of growth in the economy?Advertisement
A simple privacy risk assessment of the situation by the system administrators prior to any changes made could avoid potentially serious repercussions.
The game, however, will quite probably feel the repercussions of this move for many years.
What decisions are made at the meeting will have far-reaching repercussions for the whole world.
A new war was to have serious repercussions on the brewery's business.
A lack of communication between these two areas of the business can have severe repercussions.Advertisement
And Doris's obsession with tidying up has potentially tragic repercussions.
Anyone fearing repercussions from the circumstantial evidence merely has to do a fresh install of their OS to replace their GUID.
A new war was to have serious repercussions on the brewery 's business.
Twice a week in process have costly repercussions to meet needs.
In spite of its countless negative repercussions, the embargo has not broken the country 's spirit.Advertisement
You will also study the events of May 1968 and its repercussions on French society.
But the wider repercussions in terms of dislocation of markets could be enormous.
Our long-term commitment to the EU has been a huge mistake and its repercussions in so many areas continue to haunt us.
The practical repercussions of the war included a further body blow to the failing linen industry and the increased disaffection of northern Presbyterians.
Tuition fees have not just had repercussions for the many young people deterred from going to university by the cost.
And Doris 's obsession with tidying up has potentially tragic repercussions.
Bulimia Nervosa is a serious disorder with dangerous repercussions.
Being a disgraced teen in a more profound way usually involves lying, cheating, stealing or making other poor choices that can have some pretty serious repercussions.
There are many people in the same situation as him, and there are many repercussions associated with heavy alcohol use.
If a child plays a violent video game at an arcade or another child's house, it can be helpful to discuss the difference between games and reality and to discuss what the real life repercussions of the actions taken in the game would be.
Some women feel too threatened by the repercussions of time off the job to even take a maternity leave; others report problems on reentering the workforce after such a leave.
Huxley and the other members who started the World Wildlife Fund left a memorable mark on the world of conservationism, and their positive repercussions are still felt today.
In addition, the time frame of 24 hours is doable for most people, hence producing a detoxified body without drastic repercussions to endure for several days.
The impact of social network services has been impressive in recent years, as it has caused both positive and negative repercussions in many arenas.
Discussing the rules and positive aspects of social networking with your friends and family can also defray negative repercussions.
If there's no risk of repercussions and you just need to unblock the site, there are proxies that can help.
Step back either physically or mentally, and think about why this person is upsetting you so much and ask yourself, "If I start yelling, will it solve anything?" and "Will the repercussions of my yelling get me into more trouble?"
Arrange a trip to a prison, in which the members can listen to inmates discuss the repercussions of their hostility.
While the choice is certainly a personal decision with repercussions that one may not sometimes think of, there are often reasonable motives behind the decision.
The repercussions of that night rippled out for years in the show’s storylines.
It's a good idea to think about the tattoo you want to get for a while before jumping into the tattoo chair - that way you will have time to imagine yourself with the tat and think about the repercussions of getting this ink done.
The repercussions of parents delaying or refusing scheduled childhood vaccinations had an impact in both the UK and the USA.
The perfect egg served in a greasy transport caff to a disabled man at 4.00am has life-altering repercussions for all present.
Selections can be compared with established scenarios of predicted change in order to examine repercussions on the ocean-atmosphere system.
The failure of the scheme had profound repercussions for vegetable research all over the world.
However, if you decide to go on an all acai diet or cleanse, the fasting aspect of this decision could have negative repercussions.
Beckham called both incidents "ludicrous," and there seemed to be no repercussions with his marriage to Victoria.
Forming a relationship or office romance with a coworker can have some repercussions both with your career and the dynamics of your work environment.
In spite of its countless negative repercussions, the embargo has not broken the country's spirit.
It hardly needs be said that as far as life altering events go, both marriage and divorce present potential short/long term repercussions.
Understand interest rates and the financial repercussions of carrying a balance from month to month.
The drug makes someone feel as though he or she can do anything without repercussions.
At first wind of the alleged sex tape, Tiger's team of lawyers issued curt letters stating that there will be repercussions for anyone who attempts to release any sort of alleged sex tape or nude photos (those exist too?) of the golf pro.
As long as both people are looking for the same thing, able to deal with the repercussions, and able to be discreet when needed, this type of relationship can work.
Anyone fearing repercussions from the circumstantial evidence merely has to tell their story to the DA.