- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dare.
- dare + -eth (Wiktionary)
“How dareth the like of thee to address me such demand, O base born and obscene bred?”
“Tassell, her thighs vnto her knees are couered with doune, her legs strong and great, and dareth with her talents assault a man.”
“Wherefore, this objection proceeding only from the craft of Satan, opposing the ways and methods of God's grace when he dareth not openly oppose the thing itself, it is safer for a believer to rest quietly in the clear Scripture revelation than to attend unto such proud, perverse, and froward cavillings.”
“Even a weak enemy who is under the feet of a man endued with strength, should not be disregarded by the latter: that (shall I say) of one that dareth us to the fight?”
“Having entered into such an agreement in the presence of all good men, who dareth break it for the sake of a kingdom on earth?”
“Sothely it _dareth_ hem weillynge this thing; that heuenes weren before," &c.”
“Shee dareth not give a penny to a beggar for feare he be a reprobate, but shee thinkes usury lawfull upon strangers that be not her brethren.”
“Where is he to be found that dareth to claim to be My equal in utterance or wisdom?”
“Who dareth name the fiend?" croaked an awful voice, whereat Black Lewin halted, gaped and stood a-tremble, while beneath steel cap and bascinet all men's hair stirred and rose with horror; for before them was a ghastly shape, a shape that crouched in the gloom with dreadful face aflame with smouldering green fire.”
“He arose, therefore, and the watchman, approaching the humpback, saw that he was dead, and exclaimed, How is that the Christian dareth to kill the Muslim?”
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