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Definition of "counterattacked" [counterattacked]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of counterattack. (verb)

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Use "counterattacked" in a sentence
  • "In Libya, rebel forces had held their lines on the outskirts of Brega for three days, since they counterattacked the city Friday night."
  • "But the Israelis soon counterattacked, gained control of the canal, and forced an embarrassing cease-fire."
  • "Within the space of a few seconds – a moment of Madley, perhaps – Christopher Samba tugged back Demba Ba in one box and then, as Blackburn counterattacked, Tim Krul challenged the raiding Rochina, seemingly legally, in the other."