intrepid

  • 21intrepid — adjective fearless or adventurous: our intrepid reporter. Derivatives intrepidity noun intrepidly adverb Origin C17: from Fr. intrépide or L. intrepidus, from in not + trepidus alarmed …

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  • 22intrepid — adjective especially literary willing to do dangerous things or go to dangerous places: intrepid explorers …

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  • 23intrepid — adjective our intrepid leader inspired us to forge ahead Syn: fearless, unafraid, undaunted, unflinching, unshrinking, bold, daring, gallant, audacious, adventurous, heroic, dynamic, spirited, indomitable; brave, courageous, valiant, valorous …

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  • 24intrepid — UK [ɪnˈtrepɪd] / US adjective mainly literary not afraid to do dangerous things an intrepid explorer …

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  • 25intrepid — in•trep•id [[t]ɪnˈtrɛp ɪd[/t]] adj. fearless; dauntless: an intrepid explorer[/ex] • Etymology: 1690–1700; < L intrepidus= in III+trepidus anxious; cf. trepidation in tre•pid′i•ty, in•trep′id•ness, n. in•trep′id•ly, adv …

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  • 26intrepid — /ɪnˈtrɛpəd / (say in trepuhd) adjective fearless; dauntless: intrepid courage. {Latin intrepidus not alarmed} –intrepidity /ɪntrəˈpɪdəti/ (say intruh piduhtee), noun –intrepidly, adverb …

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  • 27intrepid — [17] The trepid of intrepid represents Latin trepidus ‘alarmed’ (source also of English trepidation [17]), which goes back to an Indo European source in which the notion of ‘fear’ seems to be linked with or derived from that of ‘scurrying away’.… …

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  • 29intrepid — adjective Fearless; bold; brave. , 2000 mdash; Lennard Bickel, Shackletons Forgotten Men: The Untold Tale of an Antarctic Tragedy See Also: trepidation …

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  • 30intrepid — Synonyms and related words: adventurous, audacious, bold, bold spirited, brave, chivalric, chivalrous, courageous, daring, dashing, dauntless, doughty, fearless, gallant, game, greathearted, hardy, heroic, herolike, ironhearted, knightlike,… …

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  • 31intrèpid — in|trè|pid Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …

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  • 32intrepíd — adj. m., pl. intrepízi; f. sg. intrepídã, pl. intrepíde …

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  • 33intrepid — in·trep·id || ɪn trepɪd adj. brave, fearless, courageous …

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  • 34intrepid — a. Bold, fearless, dauntless, undaunted, undismayed, unterrified, unappalled, unawed, brave, courageous, valorous, valiant, heroic, gallant, daring, doughty …

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  • 35intrepid — adj 1. fearless, dauntless, unafraid, dread less, aweless, Spartan, nervy, Sl. gutsy, Sl. ballsy, unblenching, unblenched, undaunted, undismayed, unappalled, unalarmed; bold, bold spirited, high spirited, daring, dashing, adventurous, audacious,… …

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  • 36intrepid — in·trep·id …

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  • 37intrepid — [ɪnˈtrepɪd] adj not afraid to do dangerous things Syn: daring …

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  • 38intrepid —   Wiwo ole, a a, ka alokuloku …

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  • 39intrepid — adj. fearless; very brave. Derivatives: intrepidity n. intrepidly adv. Etymology: F intreacutepide or L intrepidus (as IN (1), trepidus alarmed) …

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  • 40Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum — USS Intrepid vom Hudson aus gesehen Daten Ort New York City …

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