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daredeviltry

[ dair-dev-uhl-tree ]
/ ˈdɛərˌdɛv əl tri /
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noun
reckless daring; venturesome boldness.
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Also dare·dev·il·ry [dair-dev-uhl-ree]. /ˈdɛərˌdɛv əl ri/.

Origin of daredeviltry

1870–75, Americanism;daredevil + -try, as in deviltry

Words nearby daredeviltry

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How to use daredeviltry in a sentence

  • Luck had always been the leader, had always been ready for any daredeviltry that came to his mind.

    Crooked Trails and Straight|William MacLeod Raine
  • Paul strode out of the kitchen and down the steps at the side of Joan, smiling with his usual daredeviltry.

  • They would see this through together, with grim stoicism, with young-blooded daredeviltry.

    The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
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