challengingly


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challengingly

(ˈtʃælɪndʒɪŋlɪ)
adv
1. in a way that challenges or defies someone
2. in a way that presents a challenge to the person doing it
Translations

challengingly

[ˈtʃælɪndʒɪŋlɪ] ADV
1. (= defiantly) [say] → en tono desafiante; [act] → con una actitud desafiante, provocadoramente
2. (= demandingly) [difficult] → de forma que supone un desafío or un reto

challengingly

adv
(= defiantly)herausfordernd; he looked challengingly at the doctorer sah den Arzt herausfordernd an
(= demandingly)extrem; a challengingly difficult gameein schwieriges Spiel, das eine echte Herausforderung darstellt
References in classic literature ?
asked Natasha, and she looked challengingly into Pierre's eyes.
Declaring the media group will continue with its activities under a new formation after the takeover, he challengingly added: "This isn't over.
The report finds that progress in ending poverty in all its forms has varied greatly across countries and population groups, with the levels of achievement remaining challengingly low.
Elton's classic 1996 study of King Lear closed with an enigmatic and challengingly precise observation: "Shakespeare's drama evokes, to an extent, the 'absurdity' of Quixotes quest (Part I of Don Quixote was published in 1605)"; King Lear and the Gods (San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1966), 321.
The partnership got off to a droll start when the Maels sent Alex a song challengingly entitled Collaborations Don't Work.
Xenon is present in the Martian atmosphere at a challengingly low quantity and can be directly measured only with on-site experiments such as SAM.
I can still play with the best," the 33-year-old said challengingly.
Another challengingly symbolic language event occurred in response to a reporter's question that seemed to be trying to refocus attention on the negativity that had suffused the entire experience of the visitation and that seemed to be washed away by a basically appreciative report.
Without high-speed lifts, glitzy facilities or super-high-tech snowmaking and grooming capabilities, family-owned "B-East'' has survived in its own narrow niche in picturesque, remote Charlemont mostly because of its laid-back, family-friendly vibe, relatively low prices, and challengingly steep terrain that keeps good skiers coming back.
The top class orchestra gave their hearts and splendid skills throughout Prokofiev's challengingly complicated music.
At this point in time, when the huge mess at home is still to be cleared any measurably and emerging formidable uncertainties are staring the nation in the face on its eastern and western borders so challengingly, absolute inter-institutional harmonies and understandings should have prevailed between the state's political and military arms to act in unison to cope with these internal and external predicaments.
We have not supported them to acquire the modern skills to keep to the priority of teaching and learning and we have tutored them into becoming at best friendly critics of leadership and management, instead of being challengingly critical friends.