- counter- + blast (Wiktionary)
“And so blogging found its own answer to the defensive counterblast from the journalistic establishment.”
“The beard would have been a kind of counterblast to the Rhodes hat.”
“It was entirely right that in reaction to the letter from 105 Tory MPs attacking the wind farms he should seek to organise a counterblast.”
“Chavs, despite its provocative title, is a lively, well-reasoned and informative counterblast to the notion that Britain is now more or less a classless society.”
“You don't hear much these days about moral growth - certainly not in our frenetic, pre-election fever of accusation and counterblast.”
“It was feminism, it was the humorless temper of the times — and from his home in the great state of Montana, the old trouper issued a counterblast.”
“Startling and enjoyable and a counterblast to high art.”
“Thirty-eight years ago the first such letter – a counterblast against the occupation and the war of attrition, sent by pupils in the final year of my secondary school to Golda Meir, the prime minister – caused an uproar.”
“Cowen has provided a marvelously exuberant counterblast to the wide-spread view that in our philistine, materialist world the arts are going to hell in a handbasket.”
“You mention my old counterblast to Browning, and you may not like what I am going to say, but I think you might do for New England (at least) what Browning meant but failed to do for the Italian Renaissance.”
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