- n.违抗; 挑战
They went in defiance of the order.
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It had perhaps been his boyish defiance.
He slammed the door in a spirit of defiance.
Some even continued celebrating, in defiance of the smoke seeping into the rooms.
However, an entity created in defiance of the principle cannot recognized as a state.
With such precautions the courtiers might bid defiance to contagion.
Olny at this moment. we decided to bid defiance to the violence using violence.
He read through her eager defiance to the guilty truth.
There the dwarf lay, snapping his fingers with gestures of defiance and contempt.
He yelled his defiance.
He glared defiance at me.
Pain replied to the prosecution by defiance and inflammatory speeches.
He seemed amused rather than offended by Ellen's defiance.
The company had been dumping their waste into the sea, in defiance of government regulations.
She acted in defiance of my orders.
And I see a whole army of my countrymen here in defiance of tyranny.
The protesters showed their defiance of the official ban on demonstrations.
The prisoner glared defiance at the soldiers as they prepared to shoot him.
Lewis cynical defiance of federal authority was more than Congress would tolerate.
Mr Nardelli reacted to criticism of his pay with defiance.
They glared defiance at me.
His defiance of the law cost him his life.
Some supporters of the Chiang Ching group are reported to have shown defiance.
But only now is that birth being refused all guardianship, in defiance of international law.
This is a defiance of commercial banks, away from the root cause of small depositors.
这是商业银行藐视 、 舍弃小额储户的根本原因.
He climbed the ladder in defiance of the warning.
Their love of life comes in spite of, almost in defiance of, considerable hardship.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets in defiance of the curfew.
1. intentionally contemptuous behavior or attitude
2. a hostile challenge
3. a defiant act
in defiance of
In spite of; contrary to
went on strike in defiance of union policy.