"Temerarious" came to him as naturally as to Sir Thomas Browne.
Does it not suppose, that the former judgement was temerarious or negligent?
Only the most temerarious ever ventured to ask a forecast of Mrs. Owen's plans.
He was suspended from his priestly functions, dressed as a layman, and was temerarious enough to criticise the Syllabus.
When the guard mounted to his post ...