Definition of Counterfoils

1. Noun. (plural of counterfoil) ¹



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Definition of Counterfoils

1. counterfoil [n] - See also: counterfoil

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterfoils

counterfeits
counterfeminist
counterfeminists
counterfesance
counterfigure
counterfigures
counterfire
counterfires
counterflashing
counterfleury
counterflory
counterflow
counterflowing
counterflows
counterfoil
counterfoils (current term)
counterforce
counterforces
counterfort
counterforts
countergambit
countergambits
countergesture
countergestures
counterglow
counterglows
counterguard
counterguards
counterguerilla
counterguerrilla

Literary usage of Counterfoils

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1. The Acts of the Parliament of Western Australia by Western Australia (1900)
"Having thus dealt with the counterfoils, the Returning Officer shall proceed to open the envelopes containing the ballot papers received up to the close of ..."

2. Observations on the Law and Practice in Regard to Municipal Elections and by Sir James D Marwick (1879)
"At the close of the poll the stitching of the ballot book in use must be cut, so as to admit of all the unused ballot papers, with their counterfoils, ..."

3. Calendar of the Records of the Country of Derby (1899)
"counterfoils, 1887 to 1898. 11. Newspapers relating to Cavendish and Harrington Bridges. 12. (a) Petition against Nottingham Corporation Trent Navigation ..."

4. The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland [1807-1868/69] by Great Britain, George Kettilby Rickards (1866)
"(•Absence from his Office, by the Assistant Comptroller. mil. unless otherwise directed by the Treasury, Two counterfoils •hill lie made to every such ..."

5. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by South Africa Supreme Court (1899)
"That the marked lists of voters have been sealed up in envelopes together with the counterfoils of the ballot papers by the various Polling Officers whose ..."

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