I am a defier of nobody; but if an end is not put to this war, there is an end to this country!
Richard sent up his brows, and stared at his defier an instant.
Another order, and the guard of armed fighting men formed in a circle about the defier of their god.
In our way we passed along one side of the valley of Elah, where David slew the giant, that defier of the army of Israel.
As I looked, I said to myself over and over, "Is it possible this is a slayer of men, an eluder and defier of the law?"
When a defier of the gods, like Ajax the son of Oileus, appears, the world approves him and loves him.
Man in Mr. Conrad's stories is always a defier of the devils, and the devils are usually put to flight.
It would be a mistake, however, to think of Theodore only as a controversalist and defier of the civil authority.
She came out of it the Isabelle of her early childhood—révoltée, enemy to authority, defier of God and the universe.
For every one knew that Hilary Grendon, the prime mover, the defier of the Mercutians, had escaped.