But Tesla Motors, the electric sports car manufacturer, continues to defy gravity.
In the shorter term, the bottom line is that the pill, like all modern medicine, allows our bodies to defy nature.
And they began searching for Republican senators who had dared to defy the will of the unions.
Egyptian people and armed forces to defy their government and turn against it.
The clinical way to defy the mate-hunting odds, as Spindel can testify, boils down to one thing: location.
So it came that I set out in the Sutherlands' dog-sled with a supply of robes to defy biting frost.
At La Trappe, I will defy you to reason in this way, and not to become humble.
James Ollerenshaw was one of the last persons in Bursley to defy fashion in the matter of pockets.
There was an air of authority about Pembury which he dared not defy.
Once it mounts above our heads, I defy Old Nick himself to tell east from west.
Defiance; notice of act of defiance •Use has not been continuous since the first attestation in 1580: on a signboard, a defi to the On Leongs
[late 1880s+; apparently fr French de´fi]