intrepidly


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in·trep·id

 (ĭn-trĕp′ĭd)
adj.
Resolutely courageous; fearless. See Synonyms at brave.

[Latin intrepidus : in-, not; see in-1 + trepidus, alarmed.]

in′tre·pid′i·ty (-trə-pĭd′ĭ-tē), in·trep′id·ness n.
in·trep′id·ly adv.
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Adv.1.intrepidly - without fear; "fearlessly, he led the troops into combat"
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Translations
بِشَجاعَه، بِبَسالَه، بِجَسارَه
neohroženě
frygtløst
djarflega
neohrozene
korkusuz bir şekilde

intrepidly

[ɪnˈtrepɪdlɪ] ADVintrépidamente
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intrepid

(inˈtrepid) adjective
bold and fearless. an intrepid explorer.
inˈtrepidly adverb
ˌintreˈpidity (-ˈpi-) noun
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References in classic literature ?
Every one knows the fine story of Perseus and Andromeda; how the lovely Andromeda, the daughter of a king, was tied to a rock on the sea-coast, and as Leviathan was in the very act of carrying her off, Perseus, the prince of whalemen, intrepidly advancing, harpooned the monster, and delivered and married the maid.
There were signs that it was an exquisite relief to her to hear the impatient exclamation, though she had resolved so intrepidly to let generosity make one bid against herself.
He sometimes preached Jehan very long and severe sermons, which the latter intrepidly endured.
Mayors have been knighted for 'going up' with addresses: explosive machines intrepidly discharging shot and shell into the English Grammar.
"Lady Jane!" cried Sir Pitt, starting up, "this is really language--" "I have been a true and faithful wife to you, Sir Pitt," Lady Jane continued, intrepidly; "I have kept my marriage vow as I made it to God and have been obedient and gentle as a wife should.
The five-year-old was better than ever beating Intrepidly here and can enjoy another triumph thanks to Mark Crehan's 7lb claim.
I have all the answers as a political historian and it's a putrescent vaudeville of ratiocinations but I shall be speaking to those facts very robustly and intrepidly so in the womb of time.
It is instructive to note that during the voyage to the Spice Islands of the Armada de Maluco, the fleet he so intrepidly led, Magellan and his navigators recorded the time difference between hemispheres, never before observed.
The Tony Carroll-trained five-year-old has an excellent strike-rate on the all-weather and at the very least I expect him to finish much closer to forecast favourite Intrepidly than on their running here 25 days ago.
Upon Hamida's second visit, she finds no traces of Allahdita's mother in the outer courtyard and intrepidly enters the inner domains of the mansion where she sees Lajo.
Khan succeeds in attaining these two vital goals that he has so intrepidly and vociferously emphasized during his election campaign, it would unquestionably become the hallmark of his success in other areas too.
He has intrepidly exposed the atrocities and pretensions of Pakistan's elites.