noun Chiefly British.
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But modernity, its machines, objectivity and industry, produced its counterfoil within Holmes as well.
Checkley took the book from his master with a trembling hand, and read feebly the writing of the counterfoil, March 4th, 1883.The Ivory Gate, a new edition|Walter Besant
In the face of this, Falder, do you still deny that you altered both cheque and counterfoil?
The facts are admitted, so far as the alteration of this cheque and counterfoil by the prisoner.