coun·ter·march noun \ˈkau̇n-tər-ˌmärch\
: a marching back; specifically : a movement in marching by which a unit of troops reverses direction while marching but keeps the same order
: a march (as of political demonstrators) designed to counter the effect of another march
— countermarch intransitive verb
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