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Use "kneejerk" in a sentence
"The head of the cable association has come out swinging against what he describes as kneejerk criticism of Time Warner Cable's plan to expand trials of a usage-based pricing structure for its Internet service. blog post today, Kyle McSlarrow, president and CEO of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, blasted the media-reform group Free Press for trying to sic Congress on "one of the few really healthy, growing and creative parts of our economy.""
"But the British economy has suffered all too often from short-term kneejerk reactions from politicians."
"Although Tuesday's interest rate hike spooked global markets, they quickly recovered from what analysts described as a kneejerk reaction by traders."