- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dare.
“But now that you have dared -- _dared_ to insult me and my family in such a way, I will tell you what I will do.”
“Symes dared not -- _dared_ not, she told herself -- enforce his threats.”
“I heard them many, many days ago -- yet I dared not -- I _dared not speak_!”
“As if forcing himself to relax, Riker took a deep breath, but his expression dared Vaughn to prove him wrong.”
“As the bloodshed of the 19th century gave way to the bloodshed of the 20th century, Twain dared to observe that there has never been a war started by the aggressor for any clean purpose ...”
“In adapting the French text, Marin dared to think small and the chamber ensemble and chorus here indeed make much more of much less.”
“Spain dared the U.S. to make outside shots, and the U.S. responded, hitting 12-of-22 from beyond the arc.”
“Karfa, alone, my efforts failed; each day but added to his ferocity; crime followed crime, until the villain dared to attempt the honour of my wife.”
“With Karfa, (for so was he then named,) alone, my efforts failed; each day but added to his ferocity; crime followed crime, until the villain dared to attempt the honour of my wife.”
“She did not explain, and her expression dared anyone to comment.”
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