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Synonyms for challenge

Synonyms for challenge

an act of taunting another to do something bold or rash

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behavior or an act that is intentionally provocative

to call on another to do something requiring boldness

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to confront boldly and courageously

to come near, as in quality or amount

to express opposition, often by argument

to take a stand against

Synonyms for challenge

a demanding or stimulating situation

questioning a statement and demanding an explanation

a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror

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a demand by a sentry for a password or identification

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take exception to

ask for identification

raise a formal objection in a court of law

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Speth confidently applies those influences to a distinctly European setting and a story of ambivalence, detachment and loneliness constructed around a nuanced, challengingly remote central female character.
But there's still plenty of room to accommodate everybody, whether it's out on court, or on the resort course, originally constructed in 1926, but both attractively and challengingly redesigned at a cost of $6.
Add to the equation the mind-blowing, yet challengingly lucrative, statistic that, by 2004, global business-to-business e-commerce is expected to grow to pounds 2 trillion, and North Wales business should, markedly, be asking whether they are prepared for the future.
Challengingly lengthy but often stunning takes (running at least a minute each) encompass the gamut of nature's subjugation -- and resistance -- to commerce in the Great Central Valley.
Their policy of choosing soloists from within the choir remains successful and a particularly thought provoking reading of Hardy's A Christmas Ghost Story follo wed by a haunting Czech Folk Song for solo soprano and Andrew Fletcher's war-like improvisation were challengingly memorable.
Noting that such a step would disturb the balance of the current parliamentarian system, Kart challengingly said: "The Turkish Republic would prevent such attempts.
Their policy of choosing soloists from within the choir remains successful and a particularly thought-provoking reading of Hardy's A Christmas Ghost Story followed by a haunting Czech Folk Song for solo soprano and Andrew Fletcher's war-like improvisation were challengingly memorable.
The contemplative script by Aristarain and Kathy Saavedra tosses a dizzying number of ideas in the air, not through events but almost exclusively through the articulate conversations of its lucid, challengingly drawn characters.
By rights, the answer should be Erich Gonzales' 'triple threat' gambit in 'The Blood Sisters,' since the three personas she dares to depict are challengingly diverse.
What should the Chancellor do if presented with such a challengingly pessimistic, but not unrealistic, fiscal outlook?
Most intriguingly, and most challengingly, the creator of the reduction is occasionally the composer himself or a close surrogate.
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Within each image an open invitation is challengingly presented to the percipient.
In remarks targeting the MHP management, AkE-ener challengingly said in remarks to reporters, "Whatever you do, you won't be able to stop the congress convening.
Luke, a high schooler, and later, college student, thoroughly and challengingly discussed each topic, thereby enhancing the clarity and usefulness of this tome to lay readers as well as to seasoned scholars in the field.