challenge

[ chal-inj ]SEE DEFINITION OF challenge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHALLENGE

It is our birthright as citizens of this great Republic, and we'll meet this challenge.

There are some who challenge the expediency of the Imperial character of this realm.

The challenge was accepted, and the parties met on the following day.

He was told that the cardinals were not there to receive a challenge to battle.

As Vivian had given the challenge, Wharton had the first fire.

Long before these points were settled, the challenge was given and accepted.

The challenge was very prettily worded: I believe I can repeat it.

Show me the fault of it: I challenge all the logic of all the Percivals.

Phoebe's tone was a challenge, whether she meant it to be so or not.

What was there to ask that would not be a challenge to her to lie, as the serpent had lied?

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