daringness


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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.
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Indeed, Thornton begins the novel as a feeling man whose most notable feature is his intimate relationship with his mother: "The very daringness with which mother and son spoke out unpalatable truths, the one to the other, showed a reliance on the firm centre of each other's souls" (North and South 87).
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(To those concepts, I would add daringness, experimentation, acceptance of failure, and risk tolerance.)
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