Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. confronter,; L. con-, + frons, the forehead or front. See Front
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. confronter—Low L.,—L. con, together, and frons, the front. See Front.
Nothing, if you meet it in the frame of mind with which you confront everyday matters.
"Christianity As A Mystical Fact" by Rudolf Steiner
Confronting, thus intimately, the enormity she proposed, she was shocked.
"Harbor Tales Down North" by Norman Duncan
Le Clerc, the resident Agent, was himself summoned before the Council at Hampton Court, and confronted with de Novion.
"Sir Walter Ralegh" by William Stebbing
Zebek-Dorchi was confronted with a difficult task.
"Historic Tales, Vol. 8 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
The dark form of Basil, silhouetted by the moonlight, was confronting him.
"Sea-Dogs All!" by Tom Bevan
No weather was too grewsome for her to confront, and no representation too unpromising for her to be allured by.
"Vagabondia" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Flushing, Harry turned to confront the intruder.
"This Crowded Earth" by Robert Bloch
When he turned in his seat and confronted him, the Judge lost his breath.
"In Connection with the De Willoughby Claim" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
He opened the door and found himself confronting the rubicund countenance and imposing form of Heriot Walkingshaw.
"The Prodigal Father" by J. Storer Clouston
She stood confronting him and his knowledge with a face that never flinched.
"The Creators" by May Sinclair
I stand alone here. Heavily
My thoughts go back. Had I not gone,
The dead had still been dead!--for none
Had yet believed his story--he,
My dead-deemed brother, Hamilton,
Who in the spy confronted me.
"The Brothers" by Madison Julius Cawein
He stood like a god; with creating hand
He struck the formless clay:
"Psyche, arise," he said, "and stand;
In beauty confront the day.
I have sought nor found thee in any land;
I call thee: arise; obey!"
"The Unseen Model" by George MacDonald
Who do you think that was, marching steadily, sternly confronting
It was the brigade of the youngest men, two thousand strong,
Rais'd in Virginia and Maryland, and many of them known personally to
"The Centerarian's Story" by Walt Whitman
Through some dark woods, 'mid bones of monsters, Hugh now strays,
As he confronts the storm with anguished heart, but manly brow —
Oh! what a sword-wound to that tender heart of his, were now
A backward glance at peaceful days!
"O'Hussey's Ode To The Maguire" by James Clarence Mangan
I will confront these shows of the day and night!
I will know if I am to be less than they!
I will see if I am not as majestic as they!
I will see if I am not as subtle and real as they!
I will see if I am to be less generous than they!
"As I Sat Alone" by Walt Whitman
The order of the macrocosmic spaces,
The outward calm of their remote occasions,
Has lost all interest in our confusion;
Our inner regimen has given way;
The subatomic gulfs confront our lives
With the cold stare of their eternal silence.
"Kairos and Logos" by W H Auden
We Need Freedom of Action To Confront Peak Oil The Nation.
We confront one of two probabilities here: Either Leppo was an early method man and very dedicated to staying in character, or else this carnival was exploiting a bona fide crazy person as its geek.
The forensic detail of two forceful confrontations.
But she soon confronted Indian feminists and Hindu fundamentalists , who opposed the new fascination with pageants for very different reasons.
In this interview, he talks about the moral dilemma he and Gen Dallaire confronted after the world had left Rwanda to its fate: What do you do in the face of evil.
INTERVIEWS Confrontational British Punks, Gallows .
The scene about to unfold had the potential of a classic World Series confrontation.
A man was arrested Sunday morning in Pontiac after a confrontation over a dog fight that left a pit - 8:59 pm.
How can we resolve the issues of biotechnology and the ethical consequences we now regularly confront.
Instead, he is confronting the problems head on.
Glazer an eyewitness to Ryan-fan confrontation.
The vice president accuses the Republican nominee of favoring confrontation over cooperation in foreign policy.
Mahmoud Safadi, a resident of Majdal Shams who watched the confrontations, said the army had responded with excessive force.
A new exhibit by Toledo artist Crystal Gale Phelps will encourage viewers to reflect on and confront their own mortality.
The letter from Paul Trewhela about South Africa is seriously misleading, confusing the serious question of confronting HIV-AIDS in South Africa with a polemical and partisan attack on President Mbeki.
The latter shock confronts a third outward moving shock produced as gas of uniform (post-reset) density falls toward the origin, reﬂecting as a shock.
Entropy Evolution in Galaxy Groups and Clusters; A Comparison of External and Internal Heating
Furthermore, in Theorem 2, we will confront more precisely what it means to be a generic ob ject for a class of central simple algebras.
Generic algebras with involution of degree 8m
The approach referred to here as ’algebraic’ is what is more commonly known as the ﬁeld of ’exact solutions’. A reasonable strategy when confronted with unfamiliar differential equations is to look for solutions in terms of elementary functions.
Applications of the theory of evolution equations to general relativity
As for the components of 4D orbital angular momentum tensor, we have to be confronted with the notion of time operator, which will be discussed in our later paper.
New interpretation to zitterbewegung
But I would expect that —confronted with a simple and successful model— most scientists would, at least, say: Hum! and ask good questions.
Optical and X-ray Afterglows in the Cannonball Model of GRBs