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    Use "confront" in a sentence

    confront example sentences

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    1. Our understanding of the human stress response has been based on the "fight-or-flight" model, which states that when confronted with a stressful situation, humans either will respond with aggressive behavior or will withdraw


    2. I drifted in and out of the dream-state, and with each step along the way through the whimsy during those first nights in confinement I confronted images of my death


    3. When confronted with this situation, there are a few things you can do


    4. When the Scathers came for the herd they were confronted by a mob of panicked Ogatu, and reinforcements had to be called to get them under control


    5. To Karen’s absolute horror she found herself confronted by an


    6. At least here she wasn’t as helpless as she had been in ancient Atlantis when confronted with an unknown language


    7. But he’d not dared, convinced that Ozzie would hear the van and dreading what would be said when they were confronted


    8. was shaking with fury as he confronted his French


    9. scuffle when he finally confronted the man – but there was


    10. I found Harry fishing one afternoon and confronted him with my realization of my desperate need for guidance if I was ever to tolerate my own existence


















































































    1. She was confronting the reality that she would now undergo a test of survival that she could very well fail


    2. "Only if they don't surrender," Haadij Doesshef said, wanting to regain the conversation without confronting the theocrat


    3. Now the third darkness since the attempt is confronting him


    4. the thought of confronting Henri on his own


    5. prospect of confronting his pursuers without a hostage as


    6. We are confronting him and we are creating the plan


    7. To dream that you are a captain indicates that you are taking charge of your emotions and confronting the issues that are bothering you


    8. To dream that you are having palpitations represent fears that you are not confronting in your waking life


    9. To dream that you are at a self storage facility relates to issues that you are keeping to yourself instead of confronting


    10. To dream that you are at a skatepark means that you are not afraid of confronting obstacles that may stand in your way


















































































    1. His ability to confront, rebuke and reprove sin - The children of Israel


    2. At work I confront a never-ending war from persons of dubious value: First of all Nicoleta, a clerk, who is always insulting, mocking and slandering not only me but other colleagues as well


    3. I prefer to confront a natural disaster -a flood, an earthquake, a hurricane- than satanic humans


    4. He wouldn't climb up there to confront God, but some tech, someone he knew, someone assigned to keep him from his wives


    5. They are as helpless as the leese to their mental limitations, they cannot confront something they cannot see


    6. Did I not see the truth of my brother’s condition? Was I so pusillanimous that I would not confront? Was I so spineless that I cherished their feelings over their eternal condition?


    7. deal with or confront something negative


    8. going to see his wife? Would he be afraid to confront


    9. to do that was confront it head on


    10. found out and had come to confront him with it


















































































    1. It is interesting that this is the first lie Jesus confronts, because when we get out of touch with the love of God, we are in great danger of


    2. also confronts the philosophies and gods of this world and calls


    3. The Private Eye confronts the truth


    4. who discovers the plots of her "loving husband" and confronts it any less


    5. He confronts his wife and he decides to kill her by using her as a pin-cushion


    6. If we have not dealt with the uncertainty that death confronts us with, or if


    7. It’s clear that he has an agenda that confronts our goals here at this school


    8. publication that often confronts the novitiate


    9. Stone Blood takes you on a surreal journey through the artist's mind as he confronts the demons of his past


    10. “And then Nigel confronts me and I ask him if the pink hue has faded off of the electric guitar on your heinie,” I said as I reached the door







































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    Synonyms for "confront"

    confront face face up present affront challenge cope with brave oppose dispute defy repel counter contradict

    "confront" definitions

    oppose, as in hostility or a competition


    deal with (something unpleasant) head on


    present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize


    be face to face with