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Related to audaciously: judiciously, disproportionately
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invulnerable to fear or intimidation

unrestrained by convention or propriety

disposed to venture or take risks

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Merthyr improved after the break and audaciously tried to catch home goalkeeper Luke Cairney on the hop from kickoff, but the long-range effort from Kerry Morgan sailed over.
Merthyr improved after the break and audaciously tried to catch home goalkeeper Luke Cairney on the hop from kick off but the long range effort from Kerry Morgan sailed over.
'I truly appreciate the youths, women, elders and other residents of Kaduna Central Senatorial zone who believe so much in me and showed it most audaciously with their huge votes at the polls.
Printz Honor-winning author Andrew Smith returns witii Rabbit & Robot, another audaciously bizarre and bewilderingly funny YA novel.
'The so called investigation story is replete with false claims and attributions void of truth and has been carried and telecast in an audaciously careless and malicious manner unbecoming of a responsible Group of Newspapers,' a spokesman for Saifullah family said in a statement.
He joins the ranks of Davido and Wizkid, who've audaciously ventured into new global markets.
He will add: "Far from the pledged investment of an extra PS350million per week, audaciously plastered on buses, the reality is we've been cheated with the opposite - a deep freeze in NHS spend, continued savage austerity cuts, with politicians turning a blind eye to the spiralling pressures affecting the health and social-care system.
The property was purchased by the Emmy-winning "Friends" and "Mike & Molly" producer in April 2005 for $240,000, and the existing house, audaciously cleaved to its outrageously precipitous, postage-stamp-sized .14-acre parcel, was custom built in 2011, according to tax records.
But it's also an audaciously ambitious conceit, especially for children: First, you have to consider an event that supposedly occurred thousands of years ago, then you have to empathize with the major characters, contemplate God's wrath against the Egyptians, take a deep dive into collective Jewish memory, and assimilate the story of Exodus into your religious and ethnic identity.
The bitterness was still rumbling on last October when Allardyce (left) audaciously belittled Benitez's part in Liverpool's 2005 Champions League win.
A Note on Trump: We Are No Longer Entertained After Presidential candidate Donald Trump audaciously suggests Muslims be banned from entering the United States, this blogger is like, ok, it's not funny anymore.
But now the Blues have entered the equation, with chairman Peter Thomas audaciously proposing the player moves to the Arms Park with immediate effect.
Bilawal's tweet audaciously challenges India's fierce stance on Kashmir while hinting that his prior statements were just the beginning, and there was more to come as yet.
Despite her protestations, he "audaciously" pushed a six-inch knife into the tyres of their Ford Focus and walked off.
"Against the backdrop of an aggravating issue of the displaced we also need to deal with it audaciously and as quickly as possible by establishing new refugee camps next to the border," he warned.