1. resist or confront with resistance;
2. elude, especially in a baffling way;
Let them do their worst! ( I defy them to do their worse! )
The expansion of industry, communications and exchange will defy the imagination of past generations.
Time is finite and infinite. I defy the indefinite definition.
Conservatives would defy our efforts at bootstrap improvements.
Just being with you feels like I can defy the whole world.
We defy them to saddle the blame on the miners.
They defy difficulties and advance wave upon wave.
Members of a group of mostly aquatic, photosynthetic organisms ( see photosynthesis ) that defy precise definition.
The terrorists defy the government and successively practice the bombing activity.
Neurological illnesses sometimes defy understanding, Dr. Lachance said and this seemed to be one of them.
The towering pine and cypress trees defy frost and snow.
I defy you to prove that I have cheated.
Death defy the doctor.
Zeus: Even now as you draw your last breath, you continue to defy me!
A few of the 7 XXX series defy the general rule and are weldable.
They defy all comparison.
If you defy the law, you may find yourself in prison.
I defy anyone to disprove the defendant's statements.
We measure it and we mark it, but we cannot defy it.
At the time of bitter winter, plum blossoms defy frost and snow.
We defy the available Methods: To estimate them quantitatively.
Criminals defy the law.
I wouldn't have dared to defy my teachers.
The singer continues to defy her age by wearing the scantiest of outfits.
I defy you to come up with one major accomplishment of the current Prime Minister.
Despite her wish to defy convention, she had become pregnant and married at 21.
Her criteria defy analysis.
oppose, defy, withstand, resist
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