1. presumptuously daring
    a daredevil test pilot having the right stuff
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How To Use temerarious In A Sentence

  • He wiped them with one temerariously disengaged hand. The War in the Air
  • Book bloggers and reviewers -- female book bloggers and reviewers especially -- often seem to subscribe to a kind of cultlike apologism, in which they feel the need to defend the author as a person even if they are temerarious enough to be displeased by her book. Sarah McCarry: Faking Nice in the Blogosphere: Women and Book Reviews
  • Alvord, and temerariously agreed to go with him to the lodge that evening. Double Trouble Or, Every Hero His Own Villain
  • But from the darkness of the minds of men and their unmortified affections (as the best know but in part, nor are they perfectly sanctified) it is that they are apt to take offence one at another, and thereon to judge and censure each other temerariously; and, which is worst of all, every one to make his own understanding and persuasion thereon the rule of truth and worship unto others. A Discourse concerning Evangelical Love, Church Peace, and Unity
  • There could never be presented a subject less calculated to be wound up with a rhetorical flourish or to close in pompous affirmation than that which I have so temerariously brought before you this afternoon. Some Diversions of a Man of Letters
  • You're quite right, Jedburgh, I cannot pretend to understand your motives in embarking on such a… temerarious endeavour,’ I snapped, folding my arms crossly.
  • I went gladly enough, secured the new job, learned how to do it acceptably, and was temerariously happy and light-hearted for two whole weeks. Branded
  • Some people are just temerarious enough to break the rules for their own sake.
  • It could do nobody any harm - indeed I thought it a marvellous moral performance, as it punished the culprits and rewarded the virtuous of my dramatis personæ - but it was a temerarious undertaking, as descriptive of manners and situations of which I knew little but by hearsay.
  • The author half admits this when he says in his peculiar prose: 'Sometimes I have temerariously engaged in debate with authors dangerous to disagree with.' The Illegitimate Theater
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