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confront
used in The 100

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

or:

to challenge someone — often by presenting evidence
  • There was nothing to keep her from lunging at him, but she wanted to avoid any confrontation that would prolong the exposure.
    p. 96.4
  • Bellamy and Octavia lived in different group homes for a number of years, but Bellamy had always looked out for her, sneaking her extra rations whenever he "wandered" into one of the restricted storage facilities, confronting the tough-talking older girls who thought it'd be fun to pick on the chubby-cheeked orphan with the big blue eyes.
    p. 25.0
  • She needed to confront her parents about their experiments, and she couldn't put it off any longer.
    p. 100.6
  • The confrontation with Clarke had left him so agitated that he'd grabbed his bow and stormed off into the woods without a second thought.
    p. 194.1
  • It had been a few hours since his confrontation with Octavia, and so far there'd been no sign of her.
    p. 243.3

There are no more uses of "confront" in The 100.

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