Definition of Countermoved

1. Verb. (past of countermove) ¹



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Definition of Countermoved

1. countermove [v] - See also: countermove

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countermoved

countermined
countermines
countermining
countermobilization
countermobilizations
countermobilize
countermobilized
countermobilizes
countermobilizing
countermodel
countermodels
countermortar fire
countermotion
countermotions
countermove
countermoved (current term)
countermovement
countermovements
countermoves
countermoving
countermure
countermured
countermures
countermuring
countermyth
countermyths
counternarcotics
counternarrative
counternarratives
counternatural

Literary usage of Countermoved

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1. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1877)
"... was evidently no match in cunning for the cool men of Spanish-Indian blood, and was completely countermoved and outwitted in all her plot- tings. ..."

2. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1877)
"... was evidently no match in cunning for the cool men of Spanish-Indian blood, and was completely countermoved and outwitted in all her plot- tings. ..."

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