audacious

  • 1 Audacious — Alte Benutzeroberfläche mit einem der Standard Skins …

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  • 2 Audacious — could refer to: * Audacious (film), 1995 film * Audacious class aircraft carrier of the British Royal Navy * Audacious Media Player, an open source Linux media player * Live Audacious UK Christian youth conference, band and radio show * HMS… …

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  • 3 Audacious — Au*da cious, a. [F. audacieux, as if fr. LL. audaciosus (not found), fr. L. audacia audacity, fr. audax, acis, bold, fr. audere to dare.] 1. Daring; spirited; adventurous. [1913 Webster] As in a cloudy chair, ascending rides Audacious. Milton.… …

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  • 4 Audacious — Media Player свободный аудиопроигрыватель для POSIX совместимых операционных систем. HMS Audacious (1912) линкор дредноут Королевского флота Британии …

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  • 5 audacious — 1540s, confident, intrepid, from M.Fr. audacieux, from audace boldness, from L. audacia daring, boldness, courage, from audax brave, bold, daring, but more often bold in a bad sense, audacious, rash, foolhardy, from audere to dare, be bold. Bad… …

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  • 6 audacious — [adj1] reckless, daring adventurous, aweless, bold, brassy, brave, cheeky*, courageous, daredevil, dauntless, enterprising, fearless, foolhardy, gutty*, intrepid, nervy, rash, resolute, risky, smart ass*, unafraid, uncurbed, undaunted, ungoverned …

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  • 7 audacious — index brazen, bumptious, disdainful, flagrant, impertinent (insolent), insolent, presumptuous B …

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  • 8 audacious — *brave, courageous, unafraid, fearless, intrepid, valiant, valorous, dauntless, undaunted, doughty, bold Analogous words: daring, daredevil, reckless, venturesome, *adventurous , rash, foolhardy: brazen, brash, *shameless Antonyms: circumspect… …

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  • 9 audacious — ► ADJECTIVE 1) willing to take bold risks. 2) impudent. DERIVATIVES audaciously adverb audaciousness noun audacity noun. ORIGIN from Latin audax bold …

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  • 10 audacious — [ô dā′shəs] adj. [< L audacia, audacity < audax (gen. audacis), bold < audere, to dare, be bold] 1. bold or daring; fearless 2. not restrained by a sense of shame or propriety; rudely bold; brazen SYN. BRAVE audaciously adv.… …

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  • 11 audacious — adj. audacious to + int. (it was audacious of her to try that) * * * [ɔː deɪʃəs] audacious to + inf. (it was audacious of her to try that) …

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  • 12 audacious — adjective Etymology: Middle French audacieux, from audace boldness, from Latin audacia, from audac , audax bold, from audēre to dare, from avidus eager more at avid Date: 1550 1. a. intrepidly daring ; adventurous …

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  • 13 audacious — audaciously, adv. audaciousness, n. /aw day sheuhs/, adj. 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 …

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  • 14 audacious — au|da|cious [ ɔ deıʃəs ] adjective done with extreme confidence, despite difficulties, risks, or the negative attitudes of other people: an audacious plan to take control of the company a. used about people: a group of audacious young writers ╾… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 audacious — [[t]ɔːde͟ɪʃəs[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n Someone who is audacious takes risks in order to achieve something. ...an audacious plan to win the presidency. Syn: daring Derived words: audaciously ADV GRADED ADV with v, ADV adj What did you do? asked… …

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  • 16 audacious — adjective 1) an audacious remark Syn: impudent, impertinent, insolent, presumptuous, cheeky, irreverent, discourteous, disrespectful, insubordinate, ill mannered, unmannerly, rude, brazen, shameless, pert, defiant, cocky …

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  • 17 audacious — UK [ɔːˈdeɪʃəs] / US [ɔˈdeɪʃəs] adjective a) done with extreme confidence, despite difficulties, risks, or the negative attitudes of other people an audacious plan to take control of the company b) used about people a group of audacious young… …

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  • 18 audacious — adj. Audacious is used with these nouns: ↑move, ↑plan …

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  • 19 audacious — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Daring] Syn. bold, daring, reckless, rash; see brave 1 , rash . 2. [Impudent] Syn. brazen, presumptuous, unabashed; see rude 2 . See Synonym Study at brave . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) (VOCABULARY WORD) a. [aw DAY… …

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  • 20 audacious — au|da|cious [o:ˈdeıʃəs US o: ] adj [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: audacieux, from audace audacity , from Latin audax brave , from audere to dare ] showing great courage or confidence in a way that is impressive or slightly shocking ▪ the… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English


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