audacious - Dictionary definition and meaning for word audacious

(adj) invulnerable to fear or intimidation
Example Sentence
  • audacious explorers
  • fearless reporters and photographers
  • intrepid pioneers
(adj) unrestrained by convention or propriety
Example Sentence
  • an audacious trick to pull
  • a barefaced hypocrite
  • the most bodacious display of tourism this side of Anaheim
  • bald-faced lies
  • brazen arrogance
  • the modern world with its quick material successes and insolent belief in the boundless possibilities of progress
(adj) disposed to venture or take risks
Synonyms : daring , venturesome , venturous
Example Sentence
  • audacious visions of the total conquest of space
  • an audacious interpretation of two Jacobean dramas
  • the most daring of contemporary fiction writers
  • a venturesome investor
  • a venturous spirit

Memory aid to help you memorize this

audacious..auda(AUDIBLE)....IF YOU WANT to be audible to millions of people you have to be very daring and bold ,to go to the stage and deliver your message.
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it sounds like "how dare she is(audacious)"i.e au(how)da(dare)c(she)ious(is) it is daring
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when you go for some audition you need to be bold and daring.
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When someone 'has the audacity' to do something, they have the nerve aka courage
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There is audition going on for India Idol 4 in Delhi, versatile judges will select you so you shud have enough courage to face them at audition (audacious)
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he heard (aud - from audio) that it would be viscous so he came quickly
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MEN are always ACUrrate. Right?
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