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Example sentences from the Web for rollback
They were buying, they thought, visibly low taxes and the rollback of environmental protection and safeguards against speculation.
The rollback of civil unions and domestic partnerships in North Carolina is a particular legal red flag to Olson.Bush Solicitor General Ted Olson Hails Obama Gay Marriage Shift|John Avlon|May 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In addition to pushing ahead with new regulation, Jackson finds herself defending existing rules from rollback attempts.
All are imposing rigorous budget cuts—in Greece, the rollback of benefits has been provoking riots.
Despite voter support for a rollback of the health-care bill, Republicans won't get a repeal past the president's desk.
Idioms and Phrases with rollback
Decrease, cut back, or reduce, especially prices, as in Unless they roll back oil prices, this summer's tourist traffic will be half of last year's. [c. 1940]