counterattack

[ noun koun-ter-uh-tak; verb koun-ter-uh-tak, koun-ter-uh-tak ]SEE DEFINITION OF counterattack

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The Russians also occupied Sviniuchy and repulsed the enemy's counterattack.

The Germans, however, reconquered the position in a counterattack.

They were driven out as the result of a Russian counterattack.

Such action might be a project beyond his resources, but it was his own counterattack.

Opportunities for counterattack should be sought at all times.

Mr. Cox led off, April 9th, in the defense, by counterattack.

After the fury of bombardment and counterattack, the relative silence was deafening.

This counterattack was repulsed with heavy loss to the enemy.

Belgian chasseurs had meanwhile been organizing for a counterattack.

The Anglo-Saxon peoples alone possess the counterattack—a rush.

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