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Tuesday word: Intrepid

Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021

Intrepid (adjective)
in·trep·id [in-trep-id]


adjective
1. resolutely fearless; dauntless: an intrepid explorer.

WORDS RELATED TO INTREPID
heroic, fearless, spunky, courageous, plucky, audacious, bold, daring, dauntless, doughty, gallant, game, gritty, gutsy, lionhearted, nerveless, resolute, stalwart, unafraid, undaunted

OTHER WORDS FROM INTREPID
in·tre·pid·i·ty, in·trep·id·ness, noun
in·trep·id·ly, adverb

See synonyms for: intrepid / intrepidity / intrepidness on Thesaurus.com
OTHER WORDS FOR INTREPID

brave, courageous, bold.

OPPOSITES FOR INTREPID
timid.

Origin: 1690–1700; < Latin intrepidus, equivalent to in-in- + trepidus anxious; see trepidation

HOW TO USE INTREPID IN A SENTENCE
That conclusion rests on genetic evidence suggesting the intrepid South Americans mated with ancient Polynesians.
THESE SCIENCE CLAIMS FROM 2020 COULD BE BIG NEWS IF CONFIRMED|CASSIE MARTIN|DECEMBER 23, 2020|SCIENCE NEWS

Residents weren’t allowed to visit their burned homes as the National Guard secured the area and local officials performed safety checks on utilities, but one intrepid neighbor snuck up the ridge to report back about the damage.
THE LONG-LASTING MENTAL HEALTH EFFECTS OF WILDFIRES|JANE C. HU|DECEMBER 3, 2020|OUTSIDE ONLINE

The interior of the 20-foot Basecamp X is cleverly designed, with plenty of space for gear and food for the three other intrepid campers along for my test.
AN OFF-GRID TEST OF AIRSTREAM'S MOST RUGGED TRAILER|HAYDEN COPLEN|NOVEMBER 22, 2020|OUTSIDE ONLINE

One intrepid beetle, though, made the journey in just six minutes!
SOME BEETLES CAN BE EATEN BY A FROG, THEN WALK OUT THE OTHER END|JONATHAN LAMBERT|SEPTEMBER 4, 2020|SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
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