countermarch countermarch


  1. (n) (military) a march in the reverse direction or back along the same route
  2. (v) march back along the same way
  3. (v) change the order of soldiers during a march


  1. China has no government properly speaking but is the spoil of military adventurers who march and countermarch up and down tha land in a conglomerate civil war.
  2. Ronald Reagan has tried to stage a countermarch.
  3. The Leningrad protest provoked a countermarch by some 40,000 incensed citizens who proclaimed their support for Gorbachev's efforts to rejuvenate the party through open criticism.
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