Countersue - definition of countersue by The Free Dictionary
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, coun·ter·sues Law
To respond to a lawsuit against oneself by suing (the plaintiff).
coun′ter·suit′ (-so͞ot′) n.
(Law) law to sue (a plaintiff) in response or opposition to a preceding lawsuit
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I reckon the dog should countersue
him for three undecillion Dentastix, or at least take the guy on Judge Judy.
Mr Zerbib denies the accusations and intends to countersue
The museum sued; the mayor threatened to countersue
If they go ahead with this ridiculous plan, I'm going to countersue
France for allowing their women to have hairy armpits.
Company Believes Complaint is Without Merit and Intends to Countersue
for Double Dipping