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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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to deal directly with an unpleasant situation or person


to challenge someone — often by presenting evidence
  • If someone confronted him about it later, he would have his excuse in his pocket.
    p. 404.4
  • Whatever the door concealed, he wanted to confront it bravely — or at least more bravely than he'd handled the Waiting Room.
    p. 339.9
  • Sadly, no. The only way fears truly disappear is if you confront them.
    p. 378.9
  • But who in the world wishes to confront his or her worst fears?
    p. 378.9
  • He had confronted his worst fear, and now it was gone.
    p. 442.8

There are no more uses of "confront" in The Mysterious Benedict Society.

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