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 ?
Why are you upset?" asked Natasha, and she looked challengingly into Pierre's eyes.
This varied prevalence indicates geographical incongruity in the frequency of infection that may be attributed to differences in animal age, breed, or the management and husbandry practices involved (Kauke et al., 2017) Some reports showed considerably higher prevalence of Cryptosporidium oocysts as in Spain (31-59%), which warns that all these comparisons should be translated with care because matching for characteristics of animals and their raising conditions is challengingly variant (Romero-Salas et al., 2016).
Walking along its dusty banks was challengingly hot but took us past apple orchards, a watersports school that doubles as a pizzeria and a smallholding selling home-grown veggies and fruit juices.
In the second movement of Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No.1, young soloist Jamal Aliyev excelled, warm-toned and fashioning long plangent lines of sound and then switching gears adroitly for the extrovert, challengingly angry extended cadenza.
To borrow a phrase from the millennials which emphasizes a particular situation is difficult, the struggle for Siargao to be environmentally sustainable is challengingly real.
Furthermore, the entire machine engineering had to be adapted to minimize electrostatic build-up, to achieve uniform heat distribution, and, most challengingly, to avoid or at least minimize contact with the coated side of the film during film rolling or wind-up.
"Well have you made any films?" he says, a bit challengingly.
The latter are housed in an audacious sliver of glass, steel and concrete: a contemporary beach house on a challengingly narrow site built to her specifications around this exuberant and ever-expanding gathering.
In other words, the Israeli establishment is challengingly telling the world: we are Jewish first ...
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.
Most intriguingly, and most challengingly, the creator of the reduction is occasionally the composer himself or a close surrogate.