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intrepid

in·trep·id

intrepid

 
 
pronunciation:
ihn tre pihd
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part of speech: adjective
definition: feeling or showing no fear; courageous; bold.
Intrepid members of the resistance forces risked their lives to help political refugees escape.
synonyms:
bold, brave, courageous, doughty, fearless, lionhearted, valorous
antonyms:
afraid, craven, scared
similar words:
adventurous, audacious, daring, dauntless, gallant, game, gutsy, mettlesome, plucky, spunky, stout-hearted, undaunted
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derivations: intrepidly (adv.), intrepidity (n.), intrepidness (n.)
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