English words and Examples of Usage

use "retaliate" in a sentence

Ethiopia's options to retaliate remain slim, given its distance from Libya.

Will some lone person like Roof retaliate and then others respond to that retaliation.

The two countries continue to trade blame, with Moscow preparing to retaliate economically.

The rebels often retaliate with rocket and mortar fire into government-held neighbourhoods.

President George W. Bush promised that his government would retaliate for the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.

The workmen retaliate by walking off the job, vowing never to return.

Recent research into language learning demonstrates that when learners encounter words in a variety of contexts they are able to retain and use them flexibly. retaliate

The American government has announced it will retaliate with great force against the rebels for any attacks on its embassy.

The farmers did not resist arrest, nor retaliate to the force employed with violence.

Crocodile himself can dodge water shots and retaliate with Desert Spada and sandstorms.

Flying Officer Dogar began to retaliate and wounded PAF pilot Alfred Jagjivan came to his rescue.

Since Sonny and Jason were at odds, Anthony reasoned, Jason would refuse to retaliate.0.

Donaghy's lawyer said that this was the league trying to retaliate against Donaghy for his misconduct.

He can send 50 or 60 matchlocks to retaliate a fray which might cost us an army of 8000 men.46.

Aside from refusing to retaliate against bodyline, Woodfull refused to exploit loopholes to dismiss batsmen.

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