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  • noun Plural form of backtalker.

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Examples

  • For backtalkers in this age group, the best consequence is probably instant removal from family activities.

    Backtalk

  • The problem is manageable, however, for host parents who find themselves entertaining backtalkers.

    Backtalk

  • For backtalkers in this age group, the best consequence is probably instant removal from family activities.

    Backtalk

  • These teachers cater to backtalkers often at the expense of other students whether they like the backtalk or not, priding themselves on being able to treat backtalk as if it were perfectly normal discourse.

    Backtalk

  • Many backtalk recipients are so glad when the backtalkers do let them alone, even temporarily, that they act grateful, not angry, and never refer to the incident again.

    Backtalk

  • Our son and daughter, age nine and twelve, are becoming backtalkers par excellence.

    Backtalk

  • In these and other films like them, the backtalkers are represented as attractive, desirable, smart, and often funny.

    Backtalk

  • The problem is manageable, however, for host parents who find themselves entertaining backtalkers.

    Backtalk

  • These teachers cater to backtalkers often at the expense of other students whether they like the backtalk or not, priding themselves on being able to treat backtalk as if it were perfectly normal discourse.

    Backtalk

  • In these and other films like them, the backtalkers are represented as attractive, desirable, smart, and often funny.

    Backtalk

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