‹ Demander Demandingly ›
Meanings and phrases
- requiring more than usually expected or thought due; especially great patience and effort and skill
- For more demanding applications FPGAs may be used.
- Beloved becomes angry and more demanding, throwing tantrums when she doesn't get her way.
- The grey-headed woodpecker is more demanding than the European green woodpecker in terms of its habitat.
- The physically demanding role involves aerial sequences, including being spun upside-down.
- The pass can be physically demanding and may require crampons on top of the slippery glacier.
- Performing on bass can be physically demanding, because the strings are under relatively high tension.
- "The last piece on the program is the one that is the most demanding and dynamic.
- Instead he won the sport's most demanding accolade, Number 1 AA Pro at the 2008 ABA National.
- "There is no mistake, Nathalie Béra-Tagrine is an ideal artist, in the most demanding acceptance of this term!
- Noble hesitantly agreed; however, he soon became suspicious demanding to know his identity.
- An angry Benjamin Horne (Richard Beymer) enters the lobby demanding to know what is going on.
- Jim is unsure of who it is and transforms into Spawn, demanding to know who it is and what they want.
- They keep it high while compressing complex scenes and low for less demanding scenes.
- By 1766, he had transitioned his business from the labor-intensive planting of tobacco to the less demanding farming of grain crops.
- Soon it became clear that Pushkin's establishment could not compete with Faddey Bulgarin's journal, which published more popular and less demanding literature.
- In the very cold winter of 1794–95, the French army was demanding more and more bread.
- In Ireland, there was a profound impact; the Protestants who controlled Ireland were demanding more and more self-rule.
- During the Russian rule, political activism gradually grew demanding more autonomy and eventually independence for Finland.