- 1(Of a person or action) adventurous or audaciously bold: a daring crimeMore example sentences
- With the lantern, she looked just like a character from one of those old black and white films, like the daring heroine bold enough to uncover ghastly secrets hidden deep within the woods.
- Cheng is a bold and daring man, working at whatever it takes to give his boy a chance to succeed in life.
- So who was this daring woman, who ranks alongside the likes of glamorous adventurers such as Isak Dinesen and Beryl Markham?
- 1.1Boldly unconventional: a pretty girl in daring clothesMore example sentences
- All the children, surprised by her daring question, looked at them curiously.
- I was darnedly self-conscious in my daring clothes.
- It's Hallowe'en this Friday, the perfect opportunity to cast off your tried and tested clothes and make-up and emerge in a more daring disguise.
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- Adventurous courage: the zeal and daring of climbersMore example sentences
- The photographs record the important images of the Rapa and capture the courage and daring of the local horsemen.
- Their performance was one of courage and daring.
- Yossi Beilin is a hero who deserves our gratitude for his courage and daring.
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- Some of his most formidable work involved a defense of the public school teacher, John Scopes - a man who daringly hoped to teach evolution instead of creation in science class.
- So pop's most daringly artificial moments constantly become its new lingua franca.
- George Sugarman, a contemporary of the Minimalists who daringly embraced ornament and idiosyncrasy as elements of his practice, became an inspirational figure.