How delicious it is when when pulp-fiction, True Romance notions of “solid husband” come up against lived lives.
Helen and Bo began to come up against thin dead branches that were invisible and then cracked.
She had spent them all, and had come up against the wall of blank despair.
But that doesn't keep them from being terrible forces to come up against, especially for a proud thing like her.
The Exeter team is the best-trained one we'll come up against.
But they had come up against an impenetrable abatis of brush.
It was not as if she, like me, had come up against a wall that she could not pass.
But here we come up against the307 first preoccupation of eschewing all so-called literary content.
She certainly would be careful not to come up against him again.
The boches are retreating to very strongly fortified positions, where the advance is going to come up against a stone wall.