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audacious
used in Love's Labour's Lost

2 uses
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Definition
bold and daring (inclined to take risks) — especially in violating social convention in a manner that could offend others
  • audacious without impudency
    5.1 — Act 5 Scene 1 — The King of Navarre's park (4% in)
audacious = bold and daring

(editor's note:  impudency references disrespect by being improperly forward or bold)
  • Their herald is a pretty knavish page, That well by heart hath conn'd his embassage: Action and accent did they teach him there; 'Thus must thou speak' and 'thus thy body bear,' And ever and anon they made a doubt Presence majestical would put him out; 'For' quoth the King 'an angel shalt thou see; Yet fear not thou, but speak audaciously.'
    5.2 — Act 5 Scene 2 — The same. Before the Princess's pavilion (11% in)

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