Audaciously [adverb]

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As part of its latest stunt, MSCHF, a venture-backed creative studio that’s smarter and more audacious than most, is poking a little fun at the venture industry itself and perhaps publications like TechCrunch too.

The vision is audacious and is being backed by some of the smartest programmers and tech investors in the world.

Lighthizer set out on an audacious plan to rebalance American trade relationships around the world, levying sweeping tariffs, hamstringing international institutions, pulling out of agreements and threatening to ditch even more.

All of this should give Europe’s most ambitious minds the confidence to go after the really audacious opportunities, without feeling the need to necessarily relocate the entire company to the States.

Piketty’s audacious follow-up, Capital and Ideology, is getting a much frostier reception.

Now they did a really audacious attack against the Saudi oil facilities, and who knows what’s next.

"I thought you didn't look like a drinkin' man," she answered audaciously.

His opinion had gone through the evolution that Madame de la Baudraye had so audaciously prophesied at their first meeting.

Would he spoil it by going too far, or would he shrink affrighted from the position audaciously assumed?

Deep silence fell about the little camp, planted there so audaciously in the jaws of the wilderness.