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Bit of Her Own Back

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HIGGINS: Well, Eliza, youve had a bit of your own back, as you call it. (Act V)

The proverb used by Higgins most likely means

A

to bite the hand that feeds you.

B

to get revenge but hurt yourself in the process.

C

to take back what was taken from you.

D

to inadvertently hurt your back.

E

to verbally assault someone.