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dar·ing

 (dâr′ĭng)
adj.
1. Willing to take or seek out risks; bold and venturesome. See Synonyms at adventurous.
2. Involving great risk or danger: a daring rescue.
n.
Audacious bravery; boldness.

dar′ing·ly adv.
dar′ing·ness n.

daring

(ˈdɛərɪŋ)
adj
bold or adventurous; reckless
n
courage in taking risks; boldness
ˈdaringly adv

dar•ing

(ˈdɛər ɪŋ)

n.
1. adventurous courage; boldness; bravery.
adj.
2. bold or courageous; fearless or intrepid; adventurous.
[1575–85]
dar′ing•ly, adv.
dar′ing•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.daring - a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardydaring - a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy; "he could never refuse a dare"
challenge - a call to engage in a contest or fight
2.daring - the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger; "the proposal required great boldness"; "the plan required great hardiness of heart"
fearlessness - the trait of feeling no fear
adventurousness, venturesomeness - the trait of being adventurous
daredevilry, daredeviltry - boldness as manifested in rash and daredevil behavior
audaciousness, audacity, temerity - fearless daring
brazenness, shamelessness - behavior marked by a bold defiance of the proprieties and lack of shame
Adj.1.daring - disposed to venture or take risksdaring - disposed to venture or take risks; "audacious visions of the total conquest of space"; "an audacious interpretation of two Jacobean dramas"; "the most daring of contemporary fiction writers"; "a venturesome investor"; "a venturous spirit"
adventuresome, adventurous - willing to undertake or seeking out new and daring enterprises; "adventurous pioneers"; "the risks and gains of an adventuresome economy"
2.daring - radically new or original; "an avant-garde theater piece"
original - being or productive of something fresh and unusual; or being as first made or thought of; "a truly original approach"; "with original music"; "an original mind"

daring

adjective
noun
1. bravery, nerve (informal), courage, face (informal), balls (taboo slang), spirit, bottle (Brit. slang), guts (informal), pluck, grit, audacity, boldness, temerity, derring-do (archaic), spunk (informal), fearlessness, rashness, intrepidity, ballsiness (taboo slang) His daring may have cost him his life.
bravery fear, caution, cowardice, timidity

daring

adjectivenoun
Translations
جُرْأَه، جَسارَهجَريءجَرِيء
odvahaodvážnýtroufalý
dristigdristighedmodmodigyndig
uskalias
smion
hugrakkurhugrekki
思い切った
대담한
arriscadoraudaciosoousado
drzendrznost
vågad
กล้าหาญ
cả gan

daring

[ˈdɛərɪŋ]
A. ADJ
1. (= bold) [plan, escape] → arriesgado; [person] → atrevido, audaz
2. (= provocative) [film, clothes] → atrevido
B. Naudacia f, atrevimiento m

daring

[ˈdɛərɪŋ]
adj [person, action] → audacieux/euse; [artist, design] → audacieux/euse
This was a very daring thing to ask → C'était une question très audacieuse.
naudace f, hardiesse f

daring

adj
(= courageous) person, movemutig, kühn (geh); attemptkühn (geh); escapewaghalsig; at least she was daring enough to attempt itsie hat sich wenigstens getraut, es zu versuchen
(= audacious) personwagemutig; writer, clothes, film, bookgewagt; a daring low-cut dressein Kleid mit gewagtem Ausschnitt
nWagemut m, → Kühnheit f (geh); (of statement)Gewagtheit f

daring

[ˈdɛərɪŋ]
1. adjaudace, ardito/a
2. naudacia

dare

(deə) negative short form daren't verb
1. to be brave enough (to do something). I daren't go; I don't dare (to) go; He wouldn't dare do a thing like that; Don't you dare say such a thing again!
2. to challenge. I dare you to do it.
noun
a challenge. He went into the lion's cage for a dare.
ˈdaring adjective
bold; courageous. He was a daring pilot; a daring attempt to rescue the climber.
noun
boldness. We admired his daring.
ˈdare-devil noun
a bold or reckless person.
adjective
a dare-devil motorcyclist.
I dare say (also I ˌdareˈsay)
I suppose (so). I dare say you're right; `Will you be there?' `Oh, I daresay.

daring

جَرِيء troufalý yndig wagemutig τολμηρός osado uskalias audacieux smion audace 思い切った 대담한 gedurfd dristig śmiały ousado смелый vågad กล้าหาญ gözü pek cả gan 大胆的
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AFTER a great expenditure of life and treasure a Daring Explorer had succeeded in reaching the North Pole, when he was approached by a Native Galeut who lived there.
It was the good fellows, easy and genial, daring, and, on occasion, mad, that I wanted to know--the fellows, generous-hearted and -handed, and not rabbit-hearted.
and I speak out of later knowledge--Heaven forefend me from the most of the average run of male humans who are not good fellows, the ones cold of heart and cold of head who don't smoke, drink, or swear, or do much of anything else that is brase, and resentful, and stinging, because in their feeble fibres there has never been the stir and prod of life to well over its boundaries and be devilish and daring.
And the reason why these best are destroyed is because John Barleycorn stands on every highway and byway, accessible, law-protected, saluted by the policeman on the beat, speaking to them, leading them by the hand to the places where the good fellows and daring ones forgather and drink deep.
Captain Ahab, said the reddening mate, moving further into the cabin, with a daring so strangely respectful and cautious that it almost seemed not only every way seeking to avoid the slightest outward manifestation of itself, but within also seemed more than half distrustful of itself; A better man than I might well pass over in thee what he would quickly enough resent in a younger man; aye
Rosalind had none of Alastor's objections to the wine-list, so we drank an excellent champagne; and as there seemed to be no one in the hotel but ourselves, we made ourselves at home and talked and laughed, none daring to make us afraid.
By the merit of our daring and our faithfulness, and the genius of a great leader, we have in the course of the war augmented our advantage and kept it to the last.
How daring an ambition; yet how deep- How fathomless a capacity for love!
28) In the meane space our waterman not daring to abide the terrible tryall of examination, because the Duke of Saxon was in Armes against the King of Beame, he ran away, (JOTAYLOR-E2-P2, 3,98.
HMS Daring is currently off the coast of Malaysia where in 1941 HMS Repulse and HMS Prince of Wales sank, with 800 sailors losing their lives.
She added that daring also means introducing new topics and ideas that are yet to be tackled on the big screen.
HMS Daring is part of the most powerful destroyer class ever built in the UK.