Noun(1) fearless daring(2) aggressive boldness or unmitigated effrontery
(1) That he had the audacity to dictate what American adults could and could not see was sickening.(2) Sometimes, you just have to step back and admire the sheer audacity of these guys.(3) He was annoyed at my audacity , but at least he was honest.(4) They couldn't believe that Josh had the audacity to say that in front of the boss, but he didn't care.(5) And it's ten times worse if somebody learns that I've got a website and has the sheer audacity to actually ask for the URL.(6) But Dan had had the audacity to simply wander into my life and rearrange it to suit him, and what he wanted.(7) The sheer audacity and disdain for privacy and civil liberties was amazing.(8) he whistled at the sheer audacity of the plan(9) The freshness of the form in both plays is more than matched by the daring freshness and audacity of the content.(10) Stacey later told police he had no recollection of how he came by the injury and he could not believe their audacity in arresting him.(11) An amazing scheme - both for it's simplicity and sheer audacity .(12) The terrorist acts that day were breathtaking in their murderous audacity .(13) she had the audacity to pick up the receiver and ask me to hang up(14) The reason, in his own words, is his forthrightness and audacity .(15) But the film is also notable for capturing the sheer energetic audacity of Mick Jagger's persona.(16) Like her books, her life story must be read in a historical context to appreciate its richness, its disregard for convention, its audacity .
(1) audacity :: vermetelheid
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