counterplan counterplan


  • (n) a plot intended to subvert another plot


  1. But against this proposal is the French counterplan for a Danubian Federation of Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary, Rumania, Jugoslavia and Bulgaria.
  2. Only one other Middle East country, Saudi Arabia, has joined in Nasser's counterplan for a strictly Arab defense alliance.
  3. But a fortnight ago Tsarapkin came back with a counterplan that carried the ring of compromise.


  • Reid told reporters that without a specific White House blueprint for overhauling Social Security, he saw no need for Democrats to offer "a counterplan to nothing."
    on Feb 3, 2005 By: Harry Reid Source: FOXNews

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