countercharge

[ noun koun-ter-chahrj; verb koun-ter-chahrj, koun-ter-chahrj ]
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Charge and countercharge succeed in the mad struggle for these guns.

I wonder if there'd be no countercharge ingenuity could bring?

He is thought of only as always meeting charge with countercharge, in the very front crying “Mix!”

We club men will have to countercharge the enemy, for self-preservation, to play heavy villains upon the stage.

Charge and countercharge, and recriminations, exercised the French court.

Preston and Palmer were not only driven back, but they left some prisoners as a result of a countercharge by a Union regiment.

However, no formal answer came until November 5, three days before the election, when a countercharge was impossible.

Lieutenant Sharpe ordered a countercharge, and the battalion rushed to meet the enemy.

The conduct of every department and every individual concerned was the subject of charge, answer, and countercharge innumerable.

Ralph retaliated with a countercharge, declaring that Nick had caused her flight by thrusting his unwelcome attentions upon her.

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