daredevilry


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dare·dev·il

 (dâr′dĕv′əl)
n.
One who is recklessly bold.
adj.
Recklessly bold. See Synonyms at adventurous.

dare′dev′il·ry, dare′dev′il·try (-trē) n.
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Noun1.daredevilry - boldness as manifested in rash and daredevil behavior
boldness, hardihood, hardiness, 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"
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daredevilry

noun
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The continued Indian atrocities - denial of access to food, water and medicines; choking of the communication channels; imprisonment of hundreds of innocent civilians; and detention of almost the whole of resistance leadership - are only adding to the daredevilry of the never-say-die Kashmiris and enflaming their love for freedom and their hatred of the occupation forces.
On page one of its Wednesday, June 12, number, the Daily Nation described as "foolishness or daredevilry" a reportedly desperate attempt by a university student to enter State House, Nairobi, by climbing the wall.
Ajay put out on Twitter, the PM's letter, praising the late action director for his "personal daredevilry." (ANI)
Repeatedly, Hansard reveals himself as a fearless, original thinker, and the daredevilry doesn't always work.
Not many actors can stake claim to such daredevilry, but Jammwal -- who famously does his own movie stunts -- can.
And it was on that day in Cardiff 12 years ago that I first came to know Matthew Pritchard, one of the stars of Dirty Sanchez - Wales' answer to the DIY daredevilry and gross-out gags of professional US pranksters Jackass.
In March, Moorthy posted a photo of herself sitting on a cliff at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon with the caption, "A lot of us including yours truly is a fan of daredevilry attempts of standing at the edge of cliffs and skyscrapers, but did you know that wind gusts can be FATAL???
His daredevilry in exposing the shortcomings of his alma mater in public.
Set to a rousing musical score, we witness how, in a dance of euphoric daredevilry, the men of Tultepec frolic dangerously within the range of the shooting sparks.
But back in the first half of last century, flying was an act of daredevilry that required immense amounts of skill.
But given the kind of mindset in Tamil Nadu, and the huge level of awareness among the youth here, producers and writers must understand that such daredevilry is counter-productive these days - when there is zero tolerance for police brutality among the population, and, more importantly, when people have begun to feel that cinema encourages many an evil.
As glaringly shown by Trump's daredevilry, there is the wilful and ongoing destruction of the State Department, an incomprehensible blunder that will cripple the United States' international influence for years to come.