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daredevil

noun as in thrill-seeker

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Other high-scoring title hopefuls employ slot guys, downfield burners and jump-ball daredevils.

In “Don Q, Son of Zorro,” Fairbanks stars as both the aging champion and his son, Cesar de Vega — a daredevil by instinct who unites the best parts of Zorro and his father’s Diego identity.

As sensor systems continue to evolve, each will play a role in the system, collectively taking in constant stimulus from the road and world around the car—whether it’s a passing truck or daredevil driver making an ill-advised lane change.

His daredevil talent catapulted him to global fame as one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time.

I mean, I completely understand why people see me as a daredevil.

Riders from Russia's Kremlin Riding School formed a human pyramid on galloping mounts in a daredevil show of horseback acrobatics.

Back home, “Queen Bess” found fame as a daredevil stunt pilot and parachute jumper.

And now, thanks to a few minutes of daredevil antics on big screens around the world, it is doing so.

She did not make any of those daredevil speeches one generally caps with others more reckless still.

He at once conceived one of his daredevil passions for the "inanimate statue," and boldly set out to attract her attention.

With him came a youth of his own age with daredevil eyes and a suave manner, one Dane Grey, to whom Harry gave scant greeting.

He even went so far, a daredevil look in his sanguine blue eyes now, as to ask Miss Geralds opinion.

It was true; Tuckerman couldnt look like a daredevil with those enormous glasses.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to daredevil, such as: adventurer, stuntman, hot dog, madcap, show off, and risk-taker.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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