The drawback: People could spend the money on imported goods, fueling the economy globally perhaps, but not at home.
The only drawback is the restroom outside at the restaurant near the skiing facilities.
But maybe too much talent would be wasted, or even a drawback or distraction, in calling Bill Gates to mind.
Four percent of women who gave birth at age 40 or over cite "the disapproval of others" as a drawback to being an older mom.
A drawback in a comedy program, you might say, but one that actually attests to the radical departure the series represented.
But there is this drawback in the summer, and that is its intense heat, which drives everyone away.
The mirror instrument has this drawback, however—it does not 'record' the message.
Electro-magnetic theories have the charm, and the drawback, of dealing largely with the unknown.
The only drawback to the Cobham visits were the "dear, dear boys!"
Dr. (rises) It is a drawback to interpolations that they interrupt the argument and distract the attention.