- v. archaic Second-person singular present simple form of dare
- dare + -est (Wiktionary)
“That answer came easily enough: it's some colloquial form of "darest" - "dares" - as in "Nobody dares blame this man.”
“Let's add another sacred entitlement that darest never get reformed or reigned in because social security, medicare, and medicaid aren't bankrupting us fast enough!”
“Who darest challenge their pro market driven coven ?”
“Do I not know, thou filthy weaver of rotten worsted, that thou durst no more cross the threshold of thy own door, if thy wife heard of thy making such a boast, than thou darest cross naked weapons with a boy of twelve years old, who has drawn a sword for the first time of his life?”
“Believe it, and record it, if thou darest, in thy book, that Alexius”
““And I will break thy young pate,” said Adam, “if thou darest to lift a finger to me.””
“He then fixed his eyes on the stranger, and said, in a menacing tone, “I think thou darest not betray me or deceive me?””
““In what is he holier than I am?” said the Grand Master. — “Hermit, prophet, madman — say, if thou darest, in what thou excellest me?””
“Every sort of woe betide thee, if with gurgling trill thou darest — but, as says the text: Let be!”
“Devil, who darest thus to sport at once with thy master and with the blessed Saints.”
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