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On this Mr. Rascal was announced, and daringly joined the circle.

You were young—and daringly adventurous; she was captivating in her distress.

The challenge was so direct, and the position he was in so daringly put, that he had to acquiesce.

To be defied so daringly meant to him no small encouragement.

The society which she daringly condemned as not being good for him?

"I'll accept that wager—only reverse the odds," said Philip daringly.

Yet how daringly true to imagine the omnipresent Deity homeless!

Never was Christianity so daringly assailed by any Christian.

Daringly Doris peeped out through a crack to see who it was.

Get on it and slide down the mountain, daringly  proposed Jack.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., verbal noun from dare (v.).

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