retaliations

[ ri-tal-ee-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF retaliations

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At first I regarded this affair as the most obvious of retaliations.

The result was continual jealousies, dissensions, and sometimes reprisals and retaliations.

I can see no end of retaliations unless someone ceases to retaliate.

There were aggressions, retaliations on both sides, the antagonism grew more intense.

The traitors were not made examples of, and negotiations and retaliations ceased.

Wilson's retaliations in kind were many; and there was one form of his practical wit that disturbed me beyond measure.

Though often severe in his retaliations, yet, towards women and children, he always exercised the greatest humanity.