Definition of "confront"
  1. The action of directly engaging or meeting someone, particularly for the purpose of challenging their assertions or statements, typically during a cross-examination
How to use "confront" in a sentence
  1. The defense lawyer was eager to confront the key witness during the trial.
  2. During the deposition, the attorney got the opportunity to confront the opposing party's claims.
  3. To effectively argue their case, counsel must be prepared to confront any counter-arguments or evidence presented by the opposition.

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