Definition of riposte
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Piquette is wine’s riposte to hard seltzer — a light, low-alcohol wine made by refermenting grape skins that would normally go to compost or be thrown away.This $14 South African red wine will bring summertime chill to your glass|Dave McIntyre|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
While Origin won’t be a direct riposte to curbs on audience identifiers like third-party cookies when it does launch, it could eventually become one.Advertisers’ protracted pursuit of cross-media measurement is gathering pace.|Seb Joseph|May 17, 2021|Digiday
To my liberal readers who are about to riposte that it's hard to imagine a GOP being harder right--oh no it's not!
U.S. intelligence expects that the North would up the ante to every American riposte.War Looms for Obama in Iran, Syria, and North Korea|Leslie H. Gelb|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His comments, sincere in their disappointment, remind me of my new favorite riposte of all time.
There were many amusing gaffes and Julia was always ready with a riposte.
Wife Barbara padded around behind him, ever ready with a witty riposte to any and all.
His opponent with a desperate promptitude parried and riposted; the parry only just succeeded, the riposte failed.The Ball and The Cross|G.K. Chesterton
But he revealed a natural and disconcerting skill at verbal riposte which made him respected, if not feared by his opponents.Port O' Gold|Louis John Stellman
Try again your feint flanconnade Dupr, Mademoiselle Louise; only be prepared this time for a subtle riposte!Moscow|Fred Whishaw
When my foil had been hit up into the air about three times in succession to the triumphant Riposte!Fanny Goes to War|Pat Beauchamp
But Heywood, by some desperate sleight, had parried the certainty, and even tried a riposte.Dragon's blood|Henry Milner Rideout