Definitions for darer

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

daredɛər(v.)dared; daring; dares; dare

  1. (v.i.)to have the necessary courage or boldness for something; be bold enough:

    You wouldn't dare!

  2. (v.t.)to have the boldness to try; venture; hazard.

  3. to meet defiantly; face courageously.

  4. to challenge or provoke (a person) into a demonstration of courage:

    I dare you to climb that.

  5. (auxiliary v.)to have the necessary courage or boldness to (used chiefly in questions and negatives):

    How dare you speak to me like that? He dare not mention the subject again.

    Category: Function Word

  6. (n.)an act of daring or defiance; challenge.

Idioms for dare:

  1. dare say,

    Category: Idiom

    Ref: daresay.

Origin of dare:

bef. 900; ME dar (v.), OE dear(r), der. of durran



  1. Virginia, 1587–?, first child born of English parents in the Western Hemisphere.

    Category: Biography


  1. darer(Noun)

    one who dares

Webster Dictionary

  1. Darer(noun)

    one who dares or defies


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