But that did not stop Kennedy from delivering a joke that night that was nothing less than audacious.
Christie was quick to respond with a statement that began with a line that was audacious even by Jersey standards.
Record numbers of Scottish voters shot down an audacious bid to break their 300-year union with the United Kingdom.
The former prime minister wants to lead Italy again and is pandering in an ugly, audacious way.
It was audacious and global in scope, yet annoying for being unavoidable.
His black eyes were of the audacious sort, and he flashed a glance of admiration at Patty.
"No business at all," answers Eugene, with audacious frankness.
What such an audacious look of well-being, under august displeasure, could mean she could not understand.
He was intent on an audacious, immitigable, and supernatural revenge.
Still the plan, considering the Boers' skill in defending strong positions, had an audacious look about it.
1540s, "confident, intrepid," from Middle French audacieux, from audace "boldness," from Latin audacia "daring, boldness, courage," from audax "brave, bold, daring," but more often "bold" in a bad sense, "audacious, rash, foolhardy," from audere "to dare, be bold." Bad sense of "shameless" is attested from 1590s in English. Related: Audaciously.