- audacious ► ADJECTIVE 1) willing to take bold risks. 2) impudent.DERIVATIVES audaciously adverb audaciousness noun audacity noun.ORIGIN from Latin audax 'bold' .
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Audaciously — Au*da cious*ly, adv. In an audacious manner; with excess of boldness; impudently. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
audaciously — adverb in an audacious manner an idea so daring and yet so audaciously tempting that a shiver of excitement quivered through him • Derived from adjective: ↑audacious … Useful english dictionary
audaciously — adverb see audacious … New Collegiate Dictionary
audaciously — See audacious. * * * … Universalium
audaciously — adverb a) In a audacious manner; bravely, daringly, but not foolheartedly. b) In a brazen, forthright manner … Wiktionary
audaciously — adv. boldly, impudently, fearlessly, recklessly … English contemporary dictionary
audaciously — au·da·cious·ly … English syllables
audaciously — See: audacious … English dictionary
audacious — audaciously, adv. audaciousness, n. /aw day sheuhs/, adj. 1. extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless: an audacious explorer. 2. extremely original; without restriction to prior ideas; highly inventive: an audacious vision of the city … Universalium
audacious — [[t]ɔːde͟ɪʃəs[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n Someone who is audacious takes risks in order to achieve something. ...an audacious plan to win the presidency. Syn: daring Derived words: audaciously ADV GRADED ADV with v, ADV adj What did you do? asked… … English dictionary