Dare [noun]

Definition of Dare:

challenge, defiance

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Sentence/Example of Dare:

The man who removed the dolphin from the Indus River that Jabbar and his colleagues were trying to save told a judge he was responding to an impromptu dare by a friend.

None other would dare to show herself unveiled to a stranger, and a white man at that.

I never dare venture over except as the guest of some more fortunate friend.

I do not know—I do not dare to believe—that I shall live to hear that key grating in the lock.

She would not dare to choose, and begged that Mademoiselle Reisz would please herself in her selections.

For accurate work the best instruments are the von Fleischl-Miescher and the Dare.

But he didn't dare object again, for fear Mr. Blackbird would double the number once more and make it eighty.

Thus much we dare venture to say, because on these points we, with all men, are in a position to form a judgment for ourselves.

Nam erga reliquos, aut hc aut in nauibus agentes didicerunt nobis non facil quicqu gratis dare.

It was the taunt of his chief of the staff, "Do you know that the soldiers say you are afraid and do not dare to advance?"