audaciously audaciously

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an audacious manner

Usage(s):

  1. Soon Stravinsky's audaciously innovative works confirmed his status as the leading composer of the day, a position he hardly relinquished until his death nearly 60 years later.
  2. So, despite the Pakistani army's reclaiming of territory audaciously seized by the militants in Swat, the war is far from over.
  3. During the coverage of Barack Obama's swearing-in, Pepsi showed off a new advertising campaign that audaciously hopes to benefit from his buzz.

News

  1. How Will the Bad Break? Final Season Predictions

    Greg Akers audaciously predicts the plot turns on Breaking Bad 's final season. Some commenters appear to disagree. [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    on September 10, 2013     Source: The Memphis Flyer

  2. Teen Heartthrob Cody Simpson Helps Rob Dyrdek Analyze The 'Ridiculousness' Of Dating [Sneak Peek]

    Has your blind date ever talked with a mouth full of food, failed to pick up the check or audaciously opened up the dreaded ex-file? Well, you can at least be grateful he or she never tossed you through a cathedral's stained glass window. On the next "Ridiculousness," Rob Dyrdek will be joined by teen [...]
    on September 10, 2013     Source: MTV

Quotes

  1. "Since I took the job our play has been marked by brave, attacking football," said Guardiola. "Sometimes we've been bold and, occasionally, I think we've played audaciously. It's a philosophy of football. Win or lose I want us to show who we...
    on Mar 29, 2010 By: Josep Guardiola Source: ESPN

  2. George Washington "audaciously challenged the patriotism of those in society who sought to undermine religion or its public role," argued Daniel Dreisbach, a professor in the school of public affairs at the American University.
    on Feb 5, 2007 By: Daniel Source: CNSNews.com

  3. ...insurgents struck simultaneously across the country, targeting more than 100 cities and towns in what the historian Stanley Karnow describes as an offensive "of extraordinary intensity and astonishing scope ...... audaciously shifting the...
    on Jan 25, 2008 By: Stanley Karnow Source: guardian.co.uk

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