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Correct spelling for CHALLENGIVE
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Possible correct spellings for challengive
- Challenger(Definition of challenger)
- Challenging(Definition of challenging)
- Challenge(Definition of challenge)
And by a brookside on a summer noon the pair sat down and sang; but daphnis led the song, for daphnis was the challenger.
Meantime, the inclosed space at the northern extremity 15 of the lists, large as it was, was now completely crowded with knights desirous to prove their skill against the challengers, and when viewed from the galleries presented the appearance of a sea of waving plumage intermixed with glistening helmets and tall lances, to the extremities of 20 which were, in many cases, attached small pennons of about a span's breadth, which, fluttering in the air as the breeze caught them, joined with the restless motion of the feathers to add liveliness to the scene.
And yet the traditional memory of a rural and a sylvan region, such as warwickshire at that time was, is usually exact as well as tenacious; and, with respect to shakspeare in particular, we may presume it to have been full and circumstantial through the generation succeeding to his own, not only from the curiosity, and perhaps something of a scandalous interest, which would pursue the motions of one living so large a part of his life at a distance from his wife, but also from the final reverence and honor which would settle upon the memory of a poet so predominently successful; of one who, in a space of five and twenty years, after running a bright career in the capital city of his native land, and challenging notice from the throne, had retired with an ample fortune, created by his personal efforts, and by labors purely intellectual.
Of course you may tell me that as you are willing to fulfil your part of the engagement, so i should be on my side; and i don't say that i am not; if you challenged me and could convince me that your happiness depended on it, you would see whether i would draw back.
To the soul victorious our span of years is not menaced by misfortune and misery, is not degraded by bitterness, discord and hatred, but hourly thrills with the realization that the worst which life may bring but challenges the divine within to masterful assertion.
There has been no challenge then?