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audacious
used in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

8 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
  • A woman of brilliance and audacity, accompanied by a mere boy, came into the place and took seats near them.
    Chapter 14 (20% in)
audacity = boldness and daring
  • He made a great show of lavishing wealth upon the woman of brilliance and audacity.
    Chapter 14 (43% in)
  • The woman of brilliance and audacity whom he had met in the hilarious hall showed a disposition to ridicule him.
    Chapter 16 (17% in)
  • With lingering thoughts of the woman of brilliance and audacity, the bartender raised his head and stared through the varying cracks between the swaying bamboo doors.
    Chapter 16 (39% in)
  • "Never you mind, Pete, dear," said a woman of brilliance and audacity, laying her hand with great affection upon his arm.
    Chapter 18 (42% in)
  • The man turned appealing eyes to the woman of brilliance and audacity.
    Chapter 18 (48% in)
  • "Sure," said the woman of brilliance and audacity.
    Chapter 18 (81% in)
  • The woman of brilliance and audacity stayed behind, taking up the bills and stuffing them into a deep, irregularly-shaped pocket.
    Chapter 18 (93% in)

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