Definition of "counterletter"
  1. A clandestine contract that accurately conveys the genuine aspirations of the entities involved in a pretentious activity
How to use "counterletter" in a sentence
  1. The attorney advised his client to avoid using a counterletter as it could potentially be illegal.
  2. When the property purchase appeared suspicious, they speculated there might be a counterletter involved behind the scenes.
  3. The possibility of a counterletter being used made the contract negotiation extremely complex.

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