Dares


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Dares

one of Aeneas’s companions; noted for his boxing skill. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
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yes, my dear, I dare say you might, because you know, the door was open, and the window was open, and Mr.
The little girl we dare not harm, nor the dog she carries in her arms.
The Wicked Witch was both surprised and worried when she saw the mark on Dorothy's forehead, for she knew well that neither the Winged Monkeys nor she, herself, dare hurt the girl in any way.
But, in truth, she did not dare to strike Dorothy, because of the mark upon her forehead.
The Witch was too much afraid of the dark to dare go in Dorothy's room at night to take the shoes, and her dread of water was greater than her fear of the dark, so she never came near when Dorothy was bathing.
I dare say you do, but we are all too careless about our English.
Yet that is considered an excellent school, I find, and I dare say it would be if the benighted lady did not think it necessary to cram her pupils like Thanks-giving turkeys, instead of feeding them in a natural and wholesome way.
I dare follow wherever you lead," she answered simply.
How dare you, sir, mention that person's name before Miss Swartz to-day, in my drawing-room?
Dare isn't a word to be used to a Captain in the British Army.
I didn't roar out a bit, you know," Tom said, "and I dare say my foot was as bad as his.
As host of Taxi Magic's Taxi Truth or Dare, Fairbanks quizzes contestants on embarrassing "truths" about themselves or dares them to complete hilarious challenges like prank calling their parents and performing celebrity impressions.