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  • His smile had an attractive quality, the smile of a man of the world who used it, not to cover his words, but to stress the audacity of expressing a sincere emotion.
  • And I didn’t think that anyone would ever have the audacity to look at her in any other way…. Well, it serves me right.
  • He had changed the ancient Greek myth to his own purpose and meaning: Phaethon, the young son of Helios, who stole his father’s chariot and, in ambitious audacity, attempted to drive the sun across the sky, did not perish, as he perished in the myth; in Halley’s opera, Phaethon succeeded.
  • He’s a man of unlimited audacity who’s playing for the biggest stakes in the world.
  • When an economist referred to him once as an audacious gambler, Mulligan said, "The reason why you’ll never get rich is because you think that what I do is gambling.

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  • It was an audacious act of piracy.
  • She had the audacity to tell me I am not good enough for him.

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