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How to use daresay in a sentence

  • And I daresay that nearly every Democratic politician I can think of, starting with Obama, would denounce such an effort.

  • I daresay that the tragedy of the death of Younès is, unfortunately, nothing unusual.

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  • I daresay,' said Uncle Oldys suddenly: so suddenly that Mrs. Maple stopped short.

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  • I daresay I shouldn't call her "horrid," and of course she's your aunt, and I can scarcely believe she does know all about you.

    Robin Redbreast | Mary Louisa Molesworth
  • I daresay Lady Myrtle didn't notice; at least, if she did, she couldn't have thought you knew anything about her family affairs.

    Robin Redbreast | Mary Louisa Molesworth
  • I daresay you'll be angry with me for not having told you about it before, but I can't help it if you are.

    Robin Redbreast | Mary Louisa Molesworth
  • I daresay having Robin Redbreast to go to makes it much nicer for you; I suppose you'll go there a good deal during the holidays.

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