daringly daringly


  1. (adv) in an original manner
  2. (adv) in an adventurous manner


  1. He moved his fellow workers away from mere wage claims and toward a central, daringly political demand: free trade unions.
  2. In simply recognizing the problem, Einstein was so daringly far-sighted that only now has the rest of physics begun to catch up.
  3. If he is wearing a seat belt and his car has front and side air bags and anti-skid brakes to boot, he may in turn drive a bit more daringly.



  1. "I am, of course, a supporter of stem cell research," Mr Schwarzenegger said in a statement. "Research that we do now holds the promise of cures for tomorrow. California has always been a pioneer. We daringly led the way for the high-tech...
    on Oct 19, 2004 By: Arnold Schwarzenegger Source: BBC News

  2. "He's one of the most consistently, daringly funny guys that I've ever worked with," says Paul Lieberstein, the executive producer who also plays Toby on the show. "He can come up with these jokes that are so strong, we'll want to build...
    on Jun 11, 2009 By: Paul Lieberstein Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  3. Thomas quotes campaign reporter Jules Witcover on how Kennedy fed off the roiling response: "He himself seemed to be pulled up on it like a small boy on a towering seaside breaker, riding it willingly, daringly, with evident exhilaration."
    on Oct 10, 2007 By: Evan Thomas Source: Washington Post

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