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confront
used in Anne Of Green Gables

3 uses
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Definition
to deal directly with an unpleasant situation or person

or:

to challenge someone — often by presenting evidence
  • When Anne had finished washing the dinner dishes she suddenly confronted Marilla with the air and expression of one desperately determined to learn the worst.
    Chapter 8 — Anne's Bringing-up Is Begun (4% in)
  • The latter, however, were supplied before Anne reached the main road, for being confronted halfway down the lane with a golden frenzy of wind-stirred buttercups and a glory of wild roses, Anne promptly and liberally garlanded her hat with a heavy wreath of them.
    Chapter 11 — Anne's Impressions of Sunday-School (39% in)
  • With resentful eyes and passion-red cheeks she confronted alike Diana's sympathetic gaze and Charlie Sloane's indignant nods and Josie Pye's malicious smiles.
    Chapter 15 — A Tempest in the School Teapot (53% in)

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