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Responding to something of the same kind, especially in opposition.‘after years of argument and counter argument there is no conclusive answer’See also counter-
opposing, opposed, opposite, contrary, adverse, conflicting, contradictory, contrasting, obverse, different, differingView synonyms
- ‘Once you know why it's a no-go, you can launch a thought-out counter argument explaining why you can handle a dog.’
- ‘There is room for counter argument here, to be sure.’
- ‘But the compelling counter argument is that, although apparently arcane, it does reflect the reality at that given point in time.’
- ‘There are counter arguments that can be made on the side of the traditional 2-way clustered architectures.’
- ‘[JIM LOBE:] I think when they're in opposition they create a counter government in hopes of becoming the next government.’
- ‘But, goes the counter argument, with so much porn available online now, mobility isn't such a critical advantage anymore.’
- ‘Within this context, an alliance may also face limits due to the leverage of a counter alliance or an opposing state.’
- ‘This result is, of course, counter intuitive. But there are a bunch of others as well.’
- ‘The counter arguments you've made in response to his wish you withdraw the ads are good ones, both legally and ethically.’
- ‘If people disagree with them, they should attack with counter arguments, not with suppression.’
- ‘However, one of his counter arguments states that trucks are often loaded at sites where there are no devices to measure the load.’
- ‘One option may be to launch a counter bid for Toll.’
- ‘There are, however, juicy counter arguments to the highest value use theory, the most obvious being that we can't all grow grapes.’
- ‘They have not given us any counter argument to support their concerns.’
- ‘The counter argument, from the disobeyer's point of view, is that the social contract is a fiction as there is no historical evidence of any such agreement ever being entered into.’
- ‘Such views are clearly deeply held, but we feel that there are strong counter arguments.’
- ‘At the same time, there are counter forces and arguments favoring decentralization of power.’
- ‘‘Bravenet’ seems to have come back to life so I have restored the hit counter here.’
- ‘This raises considerable problems for counter insurgent strategy.’
- ‘There are counter arguments, of course, but I don't think one can justify dismissing the comparisons with other countries as easily as he does.’
- ‘We were flying a range of different missions - defensive counter air, close air support, battlefield interdiction and strike.’
- ‘The next counter argument is linked to deep paranoia about the authorities' competence and good intentions.’
- ‘A counter argument for this would be ‘Well, if they can do it to someone else, surely we can do it to them.’’
- ‘All of this counter argument is simply ignored here.’
- ‘There is unquestionably some truth in that counter argument, which isn't voiced only by hawkers of Hollywood movies and TV shows.’
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