noun (plural audaxes)
- I very much enjoyed our first proper audax, in glorious weather back in October.
- Yates is an intrepid adventurer and long-distance audax freak.
- My 100 mile audax runs over Dartmoor one way and returns on a different route.
Via French from Italian (apparently originally with reference to a ride from Rome to Naples first held in 1897), from Latin audax, audac- 'bold, daring' (see audacious).
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