intrepid

Part of speech: adverb

Intrepidly.

Part of speech: noun

Intrepidity.

Part of speech: adjective

Unshaken in the presence of danger; dauntless.

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Usage examples "intrepid":

  1. Then they went into the burrow at the tail of the intrepid Jennings. - "The Secret Passage", Fergus Hume.
  2. This group consisted of the two maidens, and the intrepid young man to whom they owed their lives. - "The Wandering Jew, Book II.", Eugene Sue.
  3. These splendid and natural storehouses may still be seen, together with the " King of Prussia's" house, and the remains of the battery he erected; for this intrepid smuggler did not hesitate to open fire on any of the king's ships that ventured within range of his guns. - "The Cornish Riviera", Sidney Heath.