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audacious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaudaciousau‧da‧cious /ɔːˈdeɪʃəs $ ɒː-/ adjective  BRAVEshowing great courage or confidence in a way that is impressive or slightly shocking the risks involved in such an audacious operationaudaciously adverb
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audaciousHis plan was audacious, and could have come only from a man combining cunning with iron determination.It makes it less audacious and less entertaining than the Eye, of course, except for the literary and dramatic reviews.Why, I will be asked, did women form this audacious avant-garde?It did so with a stunning range of creativity and a solidly audacious grace.a brilliant, audacious playIn 1996, President Clinton made an equally audacious promise.It was a breathtakingly audacious solution to an intractable problem, and the results were to be breathtaking as well.Their imaginations are eager to go rather more than half-way to meet the audacious writer.
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