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.
Thanks to the game's non-determinant AI, the characters' actions remain challengingly unpredictable, since their behaviors are dynamically generated as a direct result of the players' actions.
Slipknot is more challengingly specific: You've got to provide six cans of Chef Boyardee ravioli, Campbell's Chunky Soup, Starburst fruit chews-and baby wipes
Declaring the media group will continue with its activities under a new formation after the takeover, he challengingly added: "This isn't over.
SAGITTARIUS Nov 23rd - Dec 21st Jupiter links superbly with Mars giving a real feelgood factor, more challengingly, it also angles with Mercury.
I asked, challengingly "Also, I understand that those who have devoured a generous dish of Scunthorpe tripe and onions, need have no fear of leprosy.
There's considerable humor, some caustic, and the pace is leisurely but not challengingly slow.
I don't know how often the average thespian has to say dilettante in the course of a stage career, but it cropped up in Daughters of the Revolution, the challengingly mind-bending drama by David Edgar which students of Birmingham School of Acting presented at the Crescent Theatre last week.
He stared challengingly at me and suddenly started to laugh artificially, throwing his head back and shaking his shoulders in simulated mirth.
Though Rhodes' boy-next-door-turned-dropout looks convey an unthreatening sweetness, he's also imbued with a challengingly healthy sense of self.
Chester's very different text appears challengingly in David Mills's characterization as 'an attempt to articulate the mystery cycle as a coherent dramatic genre', holding the 'dramatic material at a contemplative distance' (p.
Most challengingly, the two modes might fuse in a single inseparable medium, as in Blake: though Christopher Heppner demonstrates how they are not simultaneous and inseparable all through Blake's career.