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Definition of Setback

Setback

  1. Offset, n., 4.
  2. A backset; a countercurrent; an eddy.
  3. A backset; a check; a repulse; a reverse; a relapse.

Setback Quotations

Anytime you suffer a setback or disappointment, put your head down and plow ahead.
Les Brown

A successful entrepreneur can't be afraid of failures or setbacks. An initial setback can be a great opportunity to take a new and more promising approach to any problem, to come back stronger than ever.
John Roos

It's not the winning that teaches you how to be resilient. It's the setback. It's the loss.
Beth Brooke

Every setback means you're one step closer to seeing the dream come to pass.
Joel Osteen

Abraham Lincoln comes from nothing, has no education, no money, lives in the middle of nowhere on the frontier. And despite the fact that he suffers one tragedy and one setback after another, through sheer force of will, he becomes something extraordinary: not only the president but the person who almost single-handedly united the country.
Seth Grahame-Smith
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Setback Translations

setback in French is revers