confronting

[ kuh n-fruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confronting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFRONTING

She shrank, as many a woman has shrunk before, from confronting him with his lie.

Then once more I faced the task of confronting this dead likeness of myself.

Confronting this world (that is nature and man) there is another world which is God.

With a hand to her throat, she wheeled swiftly round, confronting him.

We had halted now, and were confronting each other in the descending gloom.

She looked at her son, who had shifted his position, so that he was now confronting her.

She was on her feet, confronting him ere he had time to speak again.

He leapt, and in a flash his tall figure was confronting the leader of the attack.

Miko was now confronting me; at the door Moa stood watching.

He had been confronting the girl for some time before she became aware of his presence.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFRONTING

opposed/opposing

adjectiveantagonistic, against
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