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confront
used in Me Before You

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

or:

to challenge someone — often by presenting evidence
  • Mrs. Traynor was standing in the living-room doorway, both hands raised to her mouth, apparently witnessing some unseen confrontation.
    p. 113.3
  • My sister confronted me within five minutes of arriving home, thundering up the stairs and throwing open the door of my room.
    p. 136.9
  • If I confronted her over any of it, she would just shrug and say, "Well, you never use it," as if that were entirely the point.
    p. 150.3

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