verb (used without object), ri·post·ed, ri·post·ing.
Origin of riposte
Examples from the Web for riposte
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
There were many amusing gaffes and Julia was always ready with a riposte.
She is down on it like the lightning, quick as she is in her contracted circle, politeness guarding her from a riposte.Diana of the Crossways, Complete|George Meredith
I instantly replied by a riposte, but failed to catch him napping.The Great Quest|Charles Boardman Hawes
Therefore, as a general principle, riposte direct, in the line in which you have found the blade.Secrets of the Sword|Csar Lecat de Bazancourt
No; I repeat to you, had you the best reasons to oppose to him, do not riposte, refuse the strife.En Route|J.-K. (Joris-Karl) Huysmans
“Septime enveloppe,” a riposte by means of a twist and thrust after a parry in septime.