Cole challenged himself to write a chapter every day, and posted these entries on a blog.
When challenged to say, in 60 seconds, how he would change the world, Perkins made a playfully controversial response.
That was what Jonathan Tasini, a labor activist who challenged Hillary Clinton for the U.S. Senate in 2006, received.
He had, according to the museum, challenged the doll to do its worst before leaving.
So the sorts of policy changes Obama announced Thursday night would, if challenged in court, be upheld as legal.
After surrounding the house, the attacking party broke out into the war cry and challenged their foes to a hand-to-hand combat.
We have challenged your spinners in Massachusetts and your iron-makers in Pennsylvania.
His fame as a fencer went abroad in the town, and he was challenged to a bout by the principal teacher of the art in Chicago.
The giantess was delighted, and challenged him to wrestle with her.
As he came nearer he struck his shield with his sword and challenged the prince to battle.
early 14c., "something one can be accused of, a fault, blemish;" mid-14c., "false accusation, malicious charge; accusation of wrong-doing," also "act of laying claim" (to something), from Anglo-French chalenge, Old French chalonge "calumny, slander; demand, opposition," in legal use, "accusation, claim, dispute," from Anglo-French chalengier, Old French chalongier "to accuse, to dispute" (see challenge (v.)). Accusatory connotations died out 17c. Meanings "an objection" in law, etc.; "a calling to fight" are from mid-15c. Meaning "difficult task" is from 1954.
c.1200, "to rebuke," from Old French chalongier "complain, protest; haggle, quibble," from Vulgar Latin calumniare "to accuse falsely," from Latin calumniari "to accuse falsely, misrepresent, slander," from calumnia "trickery" (see calumny).
From late 13c. as "to object to, take exception to;" c.1300 as "to accuse," especially "to accuse falsely," also "to call to account;" late 14c. as "to call to fight." Also used in Middle English with sense "claim, take to oneself." Related: Challenged; challenging.