(v. i.) To have adequate or sufficient courage for any purpose; to be bold or venturesome; not to be afraid; to venture.
(v. t.) To have courage for; to attempt courageously; to venture to do or to undertake.
(v. t.) To challenge; to provoke; to defy.
(n.) The quality of daring; venturesomeness; boldness; dash.
(n.) Defiance; challenge.
(v. i.) To lurk; to lie hid.
(v. t.) To terrify; to daunt.
(n.) A small fish; the dace.
(1) Opposition politicians such as Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam and Chee Soon Juan , brought low for daring to disagree.
(2) At a dinner party, say, if ever you hear a person speak of a school for Islamic children, or Catholic children (you can read such phrases daily in newspapers), pounce: "How dare you?
(3) "The Afghan people dared rockets and bombs, but they came out and voted and that's great."
(4) In real life, the Hollywood star wants to reshape Hove as a member of the design team behind one of Britain's most daring architectural projects.
(5) "I am looking forward to … producing ambitious, daring and engaging content both in the UK and internationally, as well as accessing their extensive library of film content."
(6) The "respect the game" police are back, (do they ever go away) and after Adrian Gonzalez, who dared to pump his fists following a fourth inning double that brought home LA's first run of the game.
(7) If they didn't think they could get away with it, they wouldn't dare do it."
(8) Besides, he consoled himself with the thought that the ghosts probably wouldn’t dare to hurt Pippi.
(9) Elsewhere, Lady Edith dares spend the night with her boyfriend, on the eve of his supposed departure to Germany, where he plans to become a citizen in order to divorce his wife on the grounds that she’s a lunatic, so that he may marry Edith.
(10) They will occasionally take selfies, if they’re feeling especially daring or if Joe Biden is in the vicinity .
(11) The Malaysian prime minister has announced he is scrapping the country's draconian security laws and relaxing media controls, in what he billed as a daringly bold package of reforms.
(12) From the genesis of the thing – pop stars dropping plans to perform; Greater Manchester police working to make it operationally possible; the footballer Michael Carrick moving his career testimonial match forward by two hours ; everything was about making things that little bit less crap, and dare I say it – out and out joyous.
(13) Cycling is perceived to be for the brave and adventurous, those who dare.
(14) How dare this unqualified mother of three challenge RGCB orthodoxy or attack the hypocrisy of those who condemned viable neighbourhoods as slums in order to build their own golden city from which anyone with choice escaped?
(15) For the third time, the Greeks have learned that weakness is strength because Europe dares not pull the trigger.
(16) Addressing the crowd, communist party leader Aleka Papariga warned that whatever government emerged in the coming days would face the wrath of the people if it dared to pass more belt-tightening measures.
(17) The plan that dared not speak its name before the last election is now plain for all to see: run it down, break it up, sell it off,” he said.
(18) It is what got my father and my brother kidnapped by the Taliban – they were Hazara men who dared to dream of a better life by pursuing education, and wished the same for their children.
(19) The reality was that it was a very difficult time, with my competitors very upset that I had dared to enter the market at all.
(20) A plane carrying the Rwandan president, Juvénal Habyarimana, had been shot down and I dared not imagine the consequences.
(a.) Hard; harsh; severe; rough; toilsome.
(a.) To last; to continue; to endure.
(1) Such anomalies can only be explained by a longue duree.
(2) Decorum prevents me from revealing the punchline," says Beau Dure.
(3) The wheat cDNA clone codes for a protein with ten tandem repeats of an 11 amino acid sequence and has homology to other Group 3 LEAs reported in barley, carrot, cotton and rape (L. Dure et al., Plant Mol Biol 12: 475-486, 1989).
(4) The deduced amino acid sequence shows a high degree (62.2%) of similarity to that of a protein that is abundant during late embryogenesis of cotton (LEA D34; Baker JC, Steele C, Dure III (1988) Plant Mol Biol 11: 227-291).
(5) Durings 18 months, clinical signs of the disease were noted in 2 animals only.
(6) The other 26 awoke and recovered spontaneous breathing within 1-4 h following the type of anaesthesia and operating procedure they had submitted, which dured from 15 to 330 min.
(7) This reacherys point out that nitriding plasma a durings increase and cutis greater capacity establish.