counterrally

noun
coun·ter·ral·ly | \ ˈkau̇n-tər-ˌra-lē \
variants: or counter-rally
plural counterrallies or counter-rallies

Definition of counterrally 

: a rally staged to counter or oppose another rally Tens of thousands of Albanian opposition supporters marched peacefully through the capital Friday…. The governing Democrats cancelled initial plans for a counterrally of their own last month. —Associated Press

First Known Use of counterrally

1888, in the meaning defined above

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