defiant[ dih-fahy-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF defiant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFIANT
The day closed with the men of Thomas still grim and defiant.
He quitted the room, and Annabel ran after him, laughing and defiant still.
Lena nodded and went out, shutting the door with a defiant swing.
There was a defiant note in her voice, and Massachusetts looked at her with surprise.
He looked as defiant, indeed, as if he had heard bullets whizzing past him.
The girl's defiant attitude only incited the workmen to jeer the more.
And in a defiant spirit she resolved that she would not go away of her own accord.
Vagualame noted that Bobinette was regarding him with defiant eyes.
The defiant look was disappearing from her eyes, and she rose with an expression of pain.
The "Helen" of the story is a Greek, beautiful, desolate, defiant—pure as snow.