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The example sentences of DOUBLE WHAMMY in videos (6 in total of 6)

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Use "double whammy" in a sentence | "double whammy" example sentences

How to use "double whammy" in a sentence?

  • You have to make shots to win basketball games and we didn't do that. You also have to get back on defense, so it was a double-whammy.
    -Gregg Popovich-
  • With the shrinking of the US economy, and it's shrinking very rapidly, you not only have more money, but you also have fewer goods. That's a classic double-whammy on inflation.
    -Arthur Laffer-
  • And, for an unsurpassed double whammy, there is talking about eating while you are eating with friends.
    -Laurie Colwin-
  • Poor kids are much more likely to become sick than their richer counterparts, but much less likely to have health insurance. Talk about a double whammy.
    -Anna Quindlen-

English idiom

What does "double whammy" mean?
"double whammy" is an English idiom. Meaning "A situation in which two negative things happen at the same time or in rapid succession."

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