Pyrrhic victory  

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  1. A very costly victory, wherein the considerable losses outweigh the gain, so as to render the battle unfavourable.
    • "Tough pensions regulation designed to protect employees in final-salary occupational schemes will prove a pyrrhic victory for unions and the government, a report warned yesterday." —The Guardian, October 6, 2005

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