Prepositions after "dare"
dare to, for, on, as or at?
|In 69% of cases dare to is used|
|Therefore I implore us to Dream, dare to Dream, live the Dream.|
|Author of the NYT bestseller One Thousand Gifts: A dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are.|
|By the gods! he is a mighty sorcerer, and could draw my confession from the moon, did I dare to make it to her.|
|The idea came after what happened to critic Marshall Fine when he dared to post a negative review of the movie.|
|She's intrepid and gifted but she is also a determined person, the one who has dared to and achieved something special.|
|Ranbir has a reputation for doing the kind of cinema that probably his seniors wouldn't dare to, he's always experimenting.|
|In 10% of cases dare for is used|
|To suffer rightly is to have a secret with God! You do not dare for the sake of suffering, but you dare in order not to betray the truth.|
|In 7% of cases dare on is used|
|So I took the risk, and went as hard as I dared on the fourth lap, hoping you wouldn? t stick with me.|
|In 3% of cases dare with is used|
|Couldn't dare with the raw chicken butt.|
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