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Definition of "resisting" []

  • Present participle of resist. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "resisting" in a sentence
  • "Now some ominous perhaps developments were at least two meetings held -- one in Ramallah on the West Bank last night, one here down in Gaza this morning -- ending this afternoon -- were bringing together representatives of some 13 factions including Mr. Arafat's Fatah movement, including Islamic Jihad and Hamas where they came out with a statement in both cases saying that the Palestinian people have the right to continue what they say -- what they described as resisting Israeli aggression and that they will continue with the intifada uprising calling for more popular demonstration against the Israeli occupation as it's seen from the Palestinian side."
  • "While you are clearly working to support Palestinians in resisting the actions of Israeli settlers, the military and the police, your videos seem to focus on the experience of the activists themselves, rather than that of the Palestinians."
  • "“This man was absolutely alone in resisting a wave of popular fantasy that was climate change and global warming,” the host said."