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the onslaught of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe onslaught of somethingthe onslaught of somethingthe effect of something that is unpleasant and could cause damage plants that will survive the onslaught of winter onslaught
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the onslaught of somethingThe system of sharing broke under the onslaught of Western individualism.For centuries it has been a buttress against the onslaught of Chaos from the wastes to the north.This mechanism, the novelist wrote, filters brain waves, protects the body from the onslaught of fear.Hearing the onslaught of criticism, the state Department of Education is showing some signs of flexibility.A couple of bullets split the heavy oaken door, before it shook under the onslaught of the enemy ram.
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