Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A counter-agent; that which counteracts.

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Examples

  • I took it that the very mystery of the proceeding was in some way a counteractant to his grief.

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  • I took it that the very mystery of the proceeding was in some way a counteractant to his grief.

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  • Page 220 to counteract it but I said not a word about what the counteractant might be.

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  • I took it that the very mystery of the proceeding was in some way a counteractant to his grief.

    Dracula

  • I took it that the very mystery of the proceeding was in some way a counteractant to his grief.

    Dracula

  • Using a needle, the doctor-virtuoso is supposed to inject unseasoned pigs with an counteractant before they fly off to infect dissimilar countries.

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  • a counteractant, as an equal inspiration to the pride of this lusty nation?

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