Definition of Counterviews

1. Noun. (plural of counterview) ¹



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Definition of Counterviews

1. counterview [n] - See also: counterview

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterviews

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countervail
countervailability
countervailable
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countervailing duties
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countervair
countervallation
countervallations
counterview
counterviewpoint
counterviewpoints
counterviews (current term)
counterviolence
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countervoting
counterwar
counterwars
counterwave
counterwaves
counterweigh

Literary usage of Counterviews

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1. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"... reliance is not placed upon the estimate of a single historian, but counterviews are quoted, even though they may be directly contradictory, each, ..."

2. The Radical: and Advocate of Equality: Presenting a Series of Expostulatory by Paul Brown (1835)
"It so far counterviews mathematical and logical speculations that it engenders a disrelish for them, 4. These languages attract Ihe veneration of an ..."

3. The Constructive Quarterly by Silas McBee (1918)
"A further negative development, leading at the same time to the foundation of positive counterviews, consisted in the repudiation of the monistic theory of ..."

4. The Reformed Mennonite Church: Its Rise and Progress, with Its Principles by Daniel Musser (1873)
"... oaths, and other articles, not supported by the gospel of Jesus Christ, teaching and maintaining such counterviews as are founded in the Scriptures, ..."

5. Stop Thief by Vincent Myron Masten (1921)
"What good, for example, is gained through publishing the minority counterviews of that court? Why not declare the majority edict and let it go at that? ..."

6. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"... reliance is not placed upon the estimate of a single historian, but counterviews are quoted, even though they may be directly contradictory, each, ..."

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