Definition of Countermoves

1. Noun. (plural of countermove) ¹



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Definition of Countermoves

1. countermove [v] - See also: countermove

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countermoves

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

Literary usage of Countermoves

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"This protocol can then be analyzed into a number of episodes or sequences of moves and possible countermoves generated from an initial or base move ..."

2. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1896)
"But it is not very satisfactory to follow through a series of countermoves, except in the war games, for the simple reason that you cannot assume your ..."

3. Bismarck by Charles Grant Robertson (1919)
"Full justice to the diplomatic moves and countermoves would require a large canvas and elaborate detail. In France, Austria, Italy, and the German States, ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1891)
"... moves and countermoves of the delicate game in which Cavour and Mazzini were endeavouring to checkmate each other, Garibaldi turned to his subordinate ..."

5. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1894)
"The memoirs of the time are full of the affair with all the moves and countermoves. Beaumarchais circulated a saying of ..."

6. The Papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571 by Kenneth M. Setton (1978)
"... it is no longer possible to envisage with much accuracy either the details of the Turkish offensive or the Christians' countermoves.34 The Hospitallers ..."

7. NATO's Future: Toward a New Transatlantic Bargain by Stanley R. Sloan (1995)
"... actions which invite Soviet retaliatory measures promise only a continued sequence of expensive and potentially destabilizing moves and countermoves. ..."

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