Definition of Counterstrokes

1. counterstroke [n] - See also: counterstroke



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterstrokes

countersteps
counterstereotypical
counterstimulation
counterstories
counterstory
counterstrategies
counterstrategy
counterstream
counterstreaming
counterstreams
counterstricken
counterstrike
counterstrikes
counterstriking
counterstroke
counterstrokes (current term)
counterstruck
counterstudies
counterstudy
counterstyle
counterstyles
countersubject
countersubjects
countersubversion
countersue
countersued
countersues
countersuing
countersuit
countersuits

Literary usage of Counterstrokes

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1. The Battle of W├Ârth, August 6th, 1870 by George Francis Robert Henderson (1899)
"The only symptoms of activity were the local counterstrokes, and from first ... At Ligny, the Prussians made a series of frontal counterstrokes with small ..."

2. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1907)
"But, instead of acting on the defensive, he instituted a system of bold counterstrokes. Jourdan was replaced in command of the Army of the North by Pichegru ..."

3. The Canadian Dominion: A Chronicle of Our Northern Neighbor by Oscar Douglas Skelton (1921)
"... Canadian volunteers was rushed west, and the rebellion was put down quickly, but not without some hard fighting and gallant strokes and counterstrokes. ..."

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