derring-do


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  • noun

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brave and heroic feats

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Despite that double Derby success, the best horses ever to pass through Budgett's capable hands were probably Derring-Do and his son Huntercombe.
Last year's Sahara--Clive Cussler's silly tale of derring-do across the desert sands--reminded me that Hollywood still makes matinee safaris for 12-year-old boys of every age.
Likewise, congratulations are due those who staged the musical numbers and the medley of Oscar-nominated scores, which were done with a minimum of fuss - only the song from ``Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'' featured any choreography, but since it emulated the aerial derring-do of the film, it seemed appropriate.
The whole sense of fun is lost, the whole sense of play, of derring-do, of 'Oh God we screwed that one up.
The 214-page ``The Endurance'' is an engrossing account of a superhuman feat of derring-do written in crisp, plain language.