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Synonyms for temerarious

Synonyms for temerarious

presumptuously daring


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Voltaire, a vocal advocate of Newton's work, stressed how Newton was able to address the fundamental issues during a time when "it seemed to the wisest that it was temerarious even to dare to think one could guess by what laws the heavenly bodies move and how light works" (2).
Should force be resorted to beyond what the law allowed or under conditions other than immediate danger, the wars would be termed respectively "temerarious" or "voluntary." (41)
61) This temerarious stance in the world is not the solitary and unusual act of heroism for which Congressional Medals of Honor are awarded, but occurs daily in the teacher's effort to keep on keeping on.
Catamarans and trimarans were then in a very embryonic stage of development, and unfortunately many of the people designing, building and sailing them were temerarious by nature and lacked expertise, and as a result they did the concept few Favours.
In view of the classic status accorded Hatto's version both in the anglophone world and in Germany and Austria, this might appear to be a temerarious undertaking, but it is clear that Edwards has not wished to place himself in (direct) competition with Hatto.
The ease with which an ever more flamboyant and temerarious sexual antinomianism has migrated through the general culture is instructive, at the very least, of how pliant even the most redoubtable of moral prejudices can prove before the blandishments of modern ideas when those ideas are conveyed, principally, by television.
"Today", the President intoned (in words chosen for him by White House amanuensis Pat Buchanan, then at the beginning of h is temerarious political career), (6) "is a day of sadness for America ...
Charles Johnson, a prominent African-American leader and member of the National Urban League, described Garvey as a "dynamic, blundering, temerarious visionary and a trickster." Johnson further denounced Garvey's ideals as unrealistic, his financial exploits as unsound, and his great plan for the eventual redemption of Africa as unreasonably visionary.
Of course, it is likely to be temerarious for us to say what God would have willed in those circumstances; but it is God's knowledge that concerns us here, not ours.