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40 examples of challenges in in sentences

Thus a juryman was challenged in the MCFARLAND case merely because he belonged to Dr. BELLOWS's church.

By Fortune, the Rogue's looking for me; he has a Challenge in his hand too.

Deists, Theists, Quakers, and "Dissenters" were not allowed to testify in courts, and their right to vote was challenged in England up to 1885.

he said, a queer inflection that was half a challenge in his voice.

" He got to his feet with a laugh, and stood in front of Crowther with a species of challenge in his eyes.

Though you be never so much delayed you must not call his master knave, that makes him go beyond himself, and write a challenge in court hand, for it may be his own another day These are some certain of his liberal faculties; but in the term time his clog is a buckram bag.

" This advice seemed very good to King Clamadius, wherefore, when the next morning had come, he chose him ten knights from among the foremost of all his knights, and he bade them give that challenge in that wise.

But whereas Shere Ali had only whispered it to himself, Ahmed Ismail spoke it aloud, boldly and with a challenge in his voice, like one ready to make good his words.

Men and women contend for each other in the lists of love, like rival mesmerists; the active and adroit decide their challenges in the sports of the body; and the sedentary sit down to chess or conversation.

If two or more persons approach a sentinel's post from different directions at the same time, all such persons are challenged in turn and required to halt and to remain halted until advanced.

For whom nevertheless the other has a particular Esteem, tho he is ashamed to have it challenged in so publick a Manner.

This Jest did not, however, go off so well as the former; for one of the Guests being a brave Man, and fuller of Resentment than he knew how to express, went out of the Room, and sent the facetious Inviter a Challenge in Writing, which though it was afterwards dropp'd by the Interposition of Friends, put a Stop to these ludicrous Entertainments.

In the streets below, for blocks in all directions, the crowds surged up and down, and shouts for Harwell and yells for Yates arose like challenges in the afternoon air.

"You don't git them there kites till you git me," he challenged in a piping little voice.

Undine, in the ensuing days, was no less often with Madame Adelschein, and Ralph suspected a challenge in her open frequentation of the lady.

So they accepted the challenge in lordly manner, and in due time the Palatiners appeared upon the floor of the Kingston gymnasium.

She began saying things to him on a rather more personal note, things with a touch of challenge in them.

Butwill you?" There was a direct challenge in his coldly smiling eyes.

" The clergyman received this challenge in silence.

The result was as I have hinted, but I wondered, however, that comparisons should have been challenged in such a direct way, and I marvelled much that Mario should have submitted to such a trial.

Quick as a flash De Catinat had caught up the axe, and faced De Montespan with the heavy weapon slung over his shoulder and a challenge in his eyes.

Twenty minutes later Burns, who had just come in from supper, turned back from his desk with annoyance and challenge in his little, narrow eyes.

"That you can't do without me," he said, a note of challenge in his voice.

There was a challenge in her tone.

It was not her face, though that was winsome enough, nor her form, though I never saw the lass that could match her; but it was her spirit, her queer mocking ways, her fresh new fashion of talk, her proud whisk of the dress and toss of the head, which made one feel like the ground beneath her feet, and then the quick challenge in her eye, and the kindly word that brought one up to her level again.

She stood in the sunlight with the old challenge in her eyes, and flash of her teeth; and so I shall always remember her, shining and unstable, like a drop of quicksilver.

On such occasions Mrs. Robson's frankness had almost a challenge in it; she exaggerated many details and concealed none.

And appearing before the warlike Nala, that slayer of hostile heroes, Pushkara, repeatedly said, "Let us play together with dice." Thus challenged in the presence of Damayanti, the lofty-minded king could not long decline it.

Men and women contend for each other in the lists of love, like rival mesmerists; the active and adroit decide their challenges in the sports of the body; and the sedentary sit down to chess or conversation.

For whom nevertheless the other has a particular Esteem, tho he is ashamed to have it challenged in so publick a Manner.

This Jest did not, however, go off so well as the former; for one of the Guests being a brave Man, and fuller of Resentment than he knew how to express, went out of the Room, and sent the facetious Inviter a Challenge in Writing, which though it was afterwards dropp'd by the Interposition of Friends, put a Stop to these ludicrous Entertainments.

I have no question here about defending my heresy, not because I am not ready to defend it when it is challenged in the right way, and it there be anything in it that the law can challenge.

She flung up her head and met the challenge in her own way, which was with the knife-thrust of her light laughter.

He turned to Waring with a questioning challenge in his gray eyes.

All the notable men of science had gathered there, and the conversation took such a turn that Delsarte found opportunity to give, without offence, a challenge in these two lines of Racine: L'onde approche, se brise, et vomit ร  nos yeux, Parmi des flots d'รฉcume, un monstre furieux.

What passes without challenge in the fervour of oral delivery cannot always stand the colder criticism of the closet.

There was a momentary challenge in her bright eyes, but it passed.

Yet, as Burke bent over him a few moments later, he laughed with something of challenge in, his eyes.

The challenge in that courage rare Courage defenseless, proudly bare Never could tempt him; he could dare Strike up the leveled rifle there.

Pull your gun and get out from behind the skirts of that girl!" As long as they faced each other with the challenge in their eyes, nothing on earth could avert the fight, she knew, but if she could delay them for one momentshe felt that swift moving form behind her slipping away from behind hershe could follow Barry's movements by the light in Daniels' eyes.