English words and Examples of Usage

use "defy" in a sentence

Her lawyer refused to say whether she would defy the courts again.

U.K. Conservatives defy polls, win slim majority "We had a referendum.

Like many Defy graduates, Marte employs other ex-offenders as trainers.

Prisoners who defy the collective prayer ban can face punishment.

But strange as it may sound, the feat doesn't defy basic laws of science.

In Russia, mourning has begun for a man who once dared to defy the Kremlin.

You could defy the laws of time and space and bring future you into the now!

I defy anyone to find anything homophobic (or racist for that matter) in it.

"I defy anyone to come to the exhibition and not think West Africa is a fascinating place.

He might even try to defy the US Supreme Court when they rule on the issue in a few months.

Despite his statement, Wilson has not signaled any willingness to defy the court's decision.

They have reached a great level of independence where they can defy the military orders.

Aging gracefully is a much better way to think about life than trying to defy the aging process.

It’s difficult to make fun of something nobody remembers, and classic movies tend to defy parody.

I, too, believe that each individual has the moral duty to defy any law that he or she deems unjust.

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