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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrejoinderre‧join‧der /rɪˈdʒɔɪndə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  formalANSWER/REPLY a reply, especially a rude one He tried to think of a snappy rejoinder.
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rejoinderIt would be unfair to leave the discussion of the later Wordsworth without a rejoinder to what is usually said.When I called him to object, the reporter said that his editors intended to invite me to write a rejoinder.Speech implies other speech, either preceding it, or as an anticipated rejoinder.Vic grunts, the distillation of an equally familiar rejoinder.Freedom of choice is a feeble rejoinder when the issue is global suicide.Sharpton has a funny rejoinder for every occasion.Eliot concurred; but he still felt that sometimes it was necessary to write a fairly sharp rejoinder.
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