Thesaurus / counteracting

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Often the presence of a counteracting, or modifying cause may confuse us; IV.

The Art of Logical ThinkingWilliam Walker Atkinson

Would not the doing of this be your best mode of counteracting his raid on your communications?

The people of Ohio are bound in justice to themselves to adopt some counteracting measure.

Used as more than a counteracting or embellishing contrivance, "make-up" is curiously ineffective.

Our Stage and Its Critics"E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

Social reform and emigration furnish equally effective and much more humane methods of counteracting such pressure.

The counteracting circumstances are so many impediments to colonisation, which we must examine presently.

The two counteracting motives or spirits in society are the spirit of antagonism and the spirit of association.

There is only one way of counteracting this—by mixing other gums or resins that have less or but little glare when hard.

What quality did it (his hand) possess but with what counteracting influence?

UlyssesJames Joyce

The use of a glove on one hand may be found helpful in counteracting the effect of the twist.

Base-BallJohn M. Ward

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