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audacious
used in Wuthering Heights

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Definition bold and daring (inclined to take risks) — especially in violating social convention in a manner that could offend others
  • The minute after a step traversed the hall; the open house was too tempting for Heathcliff to resist walking in: most likely he supposed that I was inclined to shirk my promise, and so resolved to trust to his own audacity.
    Chapter 15 (31% in)

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