[ swing-bak ]
/ ˈswɪŋˌbæk /
(especially in political affairs) a return or reversion, as to previous opinion, custom, or ideology: We must fight any swingback to isolationism.
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Origin of swingback
First recorded in 1860–65; noun use of verb phrase swing back
Words nearby swingback
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