daring Definition

  • 1adventurous courage
  • 2boldness
  • 3willingness to take risks

Using daring: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "daring" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    It was a daring escape from the prison.

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    She had the daring to ask for a raise.

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    The daring stunt left the audience in awe.

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    He showed great daring in the face of danger.

daring Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with daring

  • to be vulnerable and courageous, to take risks and put oneself out there


    In order to succeed, we must be willing to dare greatly.

  • an exciting and risky experience


    They set off on a daring adventure to climb the highest mountain in the world.

  • a bold and risky decision


    His daring move paid off and he won the game.


Summary: daring in Brief

The term 'daring' [ˈdɛrɪŋ] refers to adventurous courage, boldness, and willingness to take risks. It is often used to describe actions that are bold or risky, such as 'The daring stunt left the audience in awe.' 'Daring' can also be used in phrases like 'daring greatly,' which means to be vulnerable and courageous, and 'daring adventure,' which refers to an exciting and risky experience.

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