Push back more—with votes, with money, and with plenty of back talk!
The first thing, sir, is that Im going to be obeyed, without question and without any back talk.
You go an' do what I tell you to, and don't gimme none o' your back talk.
I'm only foreman of this steel gang, my friend; and I don't take any back talk from anybody.
Then, back talk, in the voices of six-shooters, came from a corner of the room.
Under its influence I became very irritable and unruly, and would take no back talk from the keepers.
"I'll have no back talk from you, you sulky dough-face," roared Lathrop.
"For giving me back talk," said the youth who never quarreled with any one.
Officers are quick to exact instant obedience, and the least show of rebellion or "back talk" is answered with a blow.
"Where dad was once goin' to chuck you down for givin' him back talk," said the younger brother casually.
Impudent response; impertinent comment; sass (mid-1800s+)