counterplot : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a plot intended to subvert another plot
  • v  make a plot in response to another plot

  • In two of three new television shows, the singers are almost buried under plot and counterplot, characterization and attempted comedy.
  • The opportunity was Mary's again to renew plot and counterplot for a political marriage.
  • And so it goes, through plot and ingenious counterplot, until justicewhich has been happily nodding through most of the picturerouses sufficiently to give the culprits .

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