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Double-edged sword

Figuratively, a double-edged sword is a good thing that is also a bad thing, or a benefit that is also a liability. For example, getting married for the tax benefits might prove to be a double-edged sword if the relationship is not healthy, and speedy internet service might be a doubled-edged sword for someone who is charged for data downloads.

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