[ kuh n-fruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confronted

Antonyms for confronted

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With a lowering face he watched her descend and, his hand on the newel, confronted her.

She confronted him in her straight white gown and waited for him to speak.

And yet, when all has been said, we are confronted with a mournful but stubborn fact.

And he felt that his manner when confronted with the telegram had not been impressive.

Hewson appreciated this as soon as he realized that he had been confronted with an apparition.

But Peppajee rose and stalked majestically to the gate, then turned and confronted the two.

I had to be dragged away, but I am soon myself again when confronted by an obstacle.

You are confronted with this man, you monster there; not to be spared, but to be dealt with justly.

He turned and confronted her, not without a gleam of humor in his eyes.

Tom confronted him quickly, and met his angry glare unflinchingly.