She acted in defiance of my orders.
He slammed the door in a spirit of defiance.
He climbed the ladder in defiance of the warning.
They glared defiance at me.
Always that same fierce, implacable defiance of human society!
Others wrote words of defiance, promising to return.
Which leads to defiance! Which leads to anarchy!
He shouted in defiance of the policeman's warning to be quiet.
And the Middle Eastern nation is responding with defiance.
It wasn't just Democrats pressing for answers on Russia's defiance.
Ecuador saw this as a defiance of the United States.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu said he'd been inspired by her courageous defiance.
Unwillingly she met his eyes, defiance and perturbation on her face.
Harry met her eyes with a mixture of defiance and shame.
We cover that fear with acts of defiance and mimicked confidence.
As the Brexit Party themselves describe it is that it's cheerful defiance.
Tamimi has long been known for her defiance of Israel's military occupation.
At length, tossing his arms in defiance, he shouted One hundred thousand!
That is her husband's love call, or his trumpet blast of defiance.
Yet on March 27th the party's defiance paid off in stunning fashion.
In face of death he dared to fling, Defiance to a tyrant king.
It's also a show of defiance after years of economic sanctions by the West.
Several hundred people gathered in the suburb of Anderlecht in defiance of the ban.
This is an example of just one act of defiance