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1. Laura glanced at Grace, expecting a cheeky riposte.
2. She made a sharp/witty/neat riposte.
3. The US delivered an early riposte to the air attack.
4. The operation is being seen as a swift riposte to the killing of a senior army commander.
5. The story was a riposte to a similar stunt pulled on Tony Benn by the Sun.
6. Only asking was a standard riposte from most Walworth kids.
7. A riposte to that argument was provided by Sea Containers, the shipping group headed by James Sherwood.
8. The photographer was lost for riposte, obvious though it should have been; instead he turned to run.
9. This book provides an unanswerable riposte to such nostalgic nonsense.
9. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
10. The immediate riposte to Schwab's list is that this is a case of motherhood and apple pie.
11. His riposte to those who say that the defence budget for a medium-sized country with big economic problems should be spent on national security is that this is a matter of national security.
12. In it Jones, then aged twenty-six, supplied a nice riposte to one of the cherished principles of neoclassicism.
13. Clearly, if it is perceived as of comparatively minor concern, few countries would risk making a military riposte.
14. And the most important defensive skill is the parry, which is often followed by counter - riposte.
15. The parry is the main defensive skills, often followed by the counter - riposte.
16. He adopted a flag that looked remarkably like a swastika, though he insisted that the design was of three interlinked 7s and represented a Christian riposte to 666, the Number of the Beast.
17. Riposte - Targets immune to disarm effects will now take damage from Riposte.
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