- n. Plural form of counteragent.
“Amos January, to Little Hugh O'Carroll, assistant manager of New Eireann, and from them to a host of secret agents and counteragents from the numerous planets that make up the United League of the Periphery and the Confederation of Central Worlds.”
“And where there are agents, can counteragents be far behind: spies who might like to keep tabs on the activities of your electronic butlers?”
“Awsiter, apothecary to Greenwich Hospital, in his “Essay on the Effects of Opium” (published in the year 1763), when attempting to explain why Mead had not been sufficiently explicit on the properties, counteragents, &c., of this drug, expresses himself in the following mysterious terms ([Greek text]):”
“This variant did not respond to the same counteragents that neutralized the first Psi 2000 virus, and required the application of a more broad-based treatment.”
“And President Musharraf has been undertaking a very painful process of ridding his intelligence of those counteragents and getting an intelligence service that can be relied upon.”
“Nurse, program the information and determine whether we can find counteragents.”
“Love of one's country and attachment to its ideals are the most important of all counteragents to political poisoning.”
“(published in the year 1763), when attempting to explain why Mead had not been sufficiently explicit on the properties, counteragents, &c., of this drug, expresses himself in the following mysterious terms ([Greek text]):”
“Neutralizing the spores’ effect can be achieved with the application of sophisticated chemical counteragents delivered over a wide area in an aerosol form; however, in many cases such resources and methods will not be available.”
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