What Does "Audacious" Mean?


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Bobby Ramsey Profile
Bobby Ramsey answered
"Audacious" is pronounced (aw DAY shus). It is an adjective. It means "Bold, Daring, Contemptuous of Conventional Restraints."

There are a lot of words that are Similar to Audacious. They are: Arrogant, Intrepid, Rash, Insolent, Impetuous, Headstrong, and Bold.

Opposite to Audacious are: Circumspect, Decorous, Timid, Prudent, Restrained, and Forethought (a noun).

An adjective Describes a person, place, or thing. You use Audacious to describe a person, a place, or a thing.

A sentence with audacious:

"Although many considered her boldness offensive, Maggie's ability to ask audacious questions made her a popular news reporter."

The opposite of audacious is to be careful and prudent in making a decision, and to act with restraint, obey the conventional boundaries when you do something.
Nishi Profile
Nishi answered
Fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold.

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