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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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who liked to do daring things and was always scandalizing Meg by her queer performances.
In the shadows by Williams' barn George and Louise stood, not daring to talk.
We sat and watched the long bowed back under the blue sheet, scarcely daring to breathe.
She grew daring and reckless, overestimating her strength.
In war, he is daring, boastful, cunning, ruthless, self-denying, and self-devoted; in peace, just, generous, hospitable, revengeful, superstitious, modest, and commonly chaste.
Our affairs began to wear a new aspect, and the enemy, not daring to venture on open war, practised secret mischief at times.
By the spell of contrast, another portrait rose up before her, painted with more daring flattery than any artist would have ventured upon, but yet so delicately touched that the likeness remained perfect.
So we circled about, with terrors and scruples, like fighters not daring to close.
For what seemed ages piled on ages, I lay there, frozen with the most awful fears, not daring to drag away my hand; yet ever thinking that if I could but stir it one single inch, the horrid spell would be broken.
The unflinching earnestness with which he declared these things; --the dark, daring play of his sleepless, excited imagination, and all the preternatural terrors of real delirium, united to invest this Gabriel in the minds of the majority of the ignorant crew, with an atmosphere of sacredness.
They are not naturally daring and enterprising, but home-loving and affectionate.
In pretty much all of these dreadful stories, ecclesiastics were the hardy heroes, but that didn't worry the chap- lain any, he had his laugh with the rest; more than that, upon invitation he roared out a song which was of as daring a sort as any that was sung that night.