Definition of Counter-drill
1. Verb. Drill in an opposite direction.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Counter-drill
Literary usage of Counter-drill
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1883)
"The root is cut level and below the gum, and prepared with an instrument which he calls a counter-drill. A smaller sized one is used next to cut into the ..."
2. A History of Dental and Oral Science in America by James E. Dexter (1876)
"The pivot counter-drill has been long in use for this purpose. Dr. E. Townsend, of Philadelphia, introduced the oval and hollow file, one fitting exactly ..."
3. The Christian World: The Magazine of the American and Foreign Christian Union by American and Foreign Christian Union (1873)
"... and must infallibly lead to counter drill and preparations by those of other religious beliefs, and ultimately to bloody conflicts and open warfare. ..."