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temerity [tuh-MER-i-tee]

noun
reckless boldness; rashness.


http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/temerity


Heath gaily pranced across the street with great temerity despite the "Don't Walk" sign and red light. His roommate, Tim, resolved never to let Heath out again after drinking several bottles of liquid courage.


Not a particularly flashy word, but a good synonym. I didn't know what it meant, so here it is~
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