- n (military) a march in the reverse direction or back along the same route
- v march back along the same way
- v change the order of soldiers during a march
- And in Manhattan, under a sky of pewter, with a brass band playing for the march and countermarch of little figures in grey and little figures in blue, the Army beat the Navy .
- 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.
- The diffuse spiritual legacy of Buddha, having survived the march and countermarch of conquerors in Asia, today commands perhaps 300 million faithfulit is typically Buddhist .