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riposte (s) (noun), ripostes (pl)
1. A quick and clever or sharp reply to an insult or criticism: When Judy's fellow employee said something negative about her, she made a riposte that resulted in letting him know that she did not appreciate it and that he was not justified in making such comments.
2. Etymology: from Latin resondere, "to respond, to answer"; from re-, "in return" + spondere, "to reply, to retort."
A quick response after a criticism.
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A fast reply  against a negative attitude.
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