dare


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Synonyms for dare

risk doing

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Synonyms for dare

to have the courage to put forward, as an idea, especially when rebuff or criticism is likely

to call on another to do something requiring boldness

to confront boldly and courageously

an act of taunting another to do something bold or rash

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Synonyms for dare

a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy

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take upon oneself

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to be courageous enough to try or do something

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challenge

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References in classic literature ?
I dare say he will come in when he knows who is here.
yes, my dear, I dare say you might, because you know, the door was open, and the window was open, and Mr.
You may well be surprised," continued Lucy; "for to be sure you could have had no idea of it before; for I dare say he never dropped the smallest hint of it to you or any of your family; because it was always meant to be a great secret, and I am sure has been faithfully kept so by me to this hour.
I am sure," said she, "I have no doubt in the world of your faithfully keeping this secret, because you must know of what importance it is to us, not to have it reach his mother; for she would never approve of it, I dare say.
The little girl we dare not harm, nor the dog she carries in her arms.
The Wicked Witch was both surprised and worried when she saw the mark on Dorothy's forehead, for she knew well that neither the Winged Monkeys nor she, herself, dare hurt the girl in any way.
And thou art more foolish and unreasonable than a little child, who, playing with the parts of a skillfully made watch, dares to say that, as he does not understand its use, he does not believe in the master who made it.
I dare say; but if your French grammar was no better than your English, I think the praise was not deserved, my dear.
I dare say you do, but we are all too careless about our English.
I'd have stayed on good firm ground and let them dare away.
Never," she replied, "for, in the first place, they would know that we would not dare go there, and in the second they themselves would not dare.
I dare follow wherever you lead," she answered simply.
How dare you, sir, mention that person's name before Miss Swartz to-day, in my drawing-room?
I'm not jealous, but I'm wounded, humiliated that anybody dare think, that anybody dare look at you with eyes like that.
Yes, to be sure; now you mention it, I dare say he may be troubling about that.