outlash

outlash

(ˈaʊtˌlæʃ)
n
a sudden attack
vb
to shed (tears)to lash out
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However, the outlash of violence in response to my using Twitter to assert my wokeness has alerted me to the real risks involved.
20) While Army spouses fight a different sort of battle, they too face the daunting task of adjusting to the consequences of war; they typically act as first responders when that first flashback, outlash, or nightmare comes.
Qatar's alleged support to the Muslim Brotherhood and its attempt to acquire assets in Egypt including the Suez Canal has caused a public and media outlash against Qatar.
The hostility generated by the media only magnified the public outlash in the Casey Anthony case and created other problems outside the realm of criticism.
While the narrator agrees with Macbeth that we cannot be "many opposite things in the same moment," she says "a moment is room wide enough for the loyal and mean desire, for the outlash of a murderous thought and the sharp backward stroke of repentance" (DD, p.