intrepidly


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Synonyms for intrepidly

without fear

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No high-polling American presidential candidate in the modern era has so intrepidly drawn the ire of so many within the American electorate.
However, she intrepidly responded that "this is about me feeling the need to constantly perfect and edit my life online.
As the ashram is part of the Rajaji National Park, elephants, leopards and other wild animals intrepidly roam around here.
In contrast to the purists who want to make "the world safe for narratology", as John Bender ("Making") aptly put it, ethical narratologists, just like practitioners of the various postclassical narratologies, should intrepidly rush in where structuralists fear to tread.
Cowed neither by threat of failure nor by the uncertainty of the future, he forges his dreams intrepidly, always confident of his labor and the blessing of the Almighty.
Now, we must assert openly and intrepidly that Erdoy-an alone has long been the greatest-ever problem for Turkish democracy and rule of law.
I think they wanted a refusal, but I intrepidly jumped in.
While party boats out of Rhode Island intrepidly continued to go out at every opportunity for cod and hake, ice fishermen on the Cape Cod trout ponds were frustratingly being sabotaged.
The Confessionals are considered the poets who reinvented the "I" in poetry, and many creative writing classrooms are still stuck in the deep ruts that these wheels slogged through so intrepidly.
It is into this space that Andrew Gibson intrepidly goes with his work Intermittency.
Cheney is far from the first to venture down the General Tso breadcrumb trail, but the helmer spins it in irresistible fashion, bounding intrepidly from New York to China to small-town, flyover America.
Having pursued a line of inquiry so intrepidly for years, Hewitt continued these endeavors and slightly expanded upon them in her first exhibition at Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
After our third move we decided to intrepidly seek out a new spot to begin the birthday BBQ.
Sevier intrepidly applied deliberate and controlled violence on the Chickamauga without hesitation while assuming calculated risk using a simple plan, thus, achieving audacity.
He said Hanks' turn as McAlary was not a particularly bad one, but his nomination came at the expense of far more deserving performances, such as Alan Cumming, who intrepidly tackled every role in "Macbeth" at the Barrymore Theater.