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Tuesday word: Audacious

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Audacious (adjective)
au·da·cious [aw-dey-shuhs]


adjective
1. extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless: an audacious explorer.
2. extremely original; without restriction to prior ideas; highly inventive: an audacious vision of the city's bright future.
3. recklessly bold in defiance of convention, propriety, law, or the like; insolent; brazen.
4. lively; unrestrained; uninhibited: an audacious interpretation of her role.

OTHER WORDS FROM AUDACIOUS
au·da·cious·ly, adverb
au·da·cious·ness, noun
un·au·da·cious, adjective
un·au·da·cious·ly, adverb
un·au·da·cious·ness, noun

WORDS RELATED TO AUDACIOUS
foolhardy, bold, resolute, adventurous, courageous, risky, brazen, brassy, brave, cheeky, daredevil, dauntless, enterprising, fearless, intrepid, nervy, rash, unafraid, undaunted, valiant

Synonyms
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1. courageous, intrepid, dauntless, venturesome.
3. unabashed, shameless; impertinent, forward.

Antonyms
1. cowardly.

Origin: 1540–50; audaci(ty) + -ous

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR AUDACIOUS
If true, however, this would be bribery at its most audacious—and creative.
PUTIN’S WORLD CUP PICASSO ‘BRIBE’|TUNKU VARADARAJAN|DECEMBER 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST

Record numbers of Scottish voters shot down an audacious bid to break their 300-year union with the United Kingdom.
SCOTLAND SAYS RESOUNDING ‘NO’ TO INDEPENDENCE|NICO HINES|SEPTEMBER 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST

It was audacious and global in scope, yet annoying for being unavoidable.
U2 GENEROUSLY GIVES US A LOUSY ALBUM, SUCKS AT THE CORPORATE TEAT|HAMPTON STEVENS|SEPTEMBER 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST

The change, so audacious, so unorthodox, disconcerted the Costa Ricans.
COSTA RICA VS. THE NETHERLANDS: A TALE OF TWO GOALIES|TUNKU VARADARAJAN|JULY 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST

Variety taps Depardieu's "audacious performance [as] undeniably the pic's chief selling point."
FRENCH POLITICAL SEX MOVIE ABOUT DSK SETS CANNES AQUIVER|TRACY MCNICOLL|MAY 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST

Leo, without agreeing with her views, enjoyed her fresh and audacious character.
THE ROAD TO THE OPEN|ARTHUR SCHNITZLER

But now for the juvenile but audacious Portland, who describes herself as "the commercial metropolis of the Northwest."
TWO YEARS IN OREGON|WALLIS NASH

Not the melody only, but the often audacious, epigrammatic philosophy of her tongue as well, sold her calas and gingercakes.
THE GRANDISSIMES|GEORGE WASHINGTON CABLE

And to think it had been performed by an audacious slip of a boy of fifteen!
THE WORLD'S GREAT MEN OF MUSIC|HARRIETTE BROWER

Wayne hesitated, partly to translate O'Reilly's rumblings and partly to marvel at an audacious idea taking shape in his mind.
HIGH DRAGON BUMP|DON THOMPSON
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