countermove[ moov ]SEE DEFINITION OF countermove
Synonyms for countermove
- an eye for an eye
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNTERMOVE
This assembly to be made up exclusively of antiques was her countermove.
Between them she was always conscious of move and countermove.
His countermove had to be prompt; some one was coming up the nearest steps.
The Throg ship came up in a burst of speed, and Shann waited tensely for some countermove from the scout.
As early as July 1913 the demonstrations in Ulster led to discussion of a countermove among young men in Dublin.
He made a false accusation against the dresser, who, on his part, made a countermove.
Our countermove—the Tibet Expedition—must have been a crushing and unexpected blow to Russia.
Perhaps Simon would give Sophia some hint about the countermove he must be planning.
Edward and Louis, irritated at the success of this countermove, waited patiently and renewed their alliance.