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  • adj. superlative form of foolhardy: most foolhardy.

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Examples

  •   We even got unexpected holidays from school, but ten or fifteen minutes outside drove the bravest and the foolhardiest alike inside.

    Ramblers and Spinners

  • "[S] urely the foolhardiest commercial venture in the genre since Steven Soderbergh's Solaris," adds Duncan Shepherd in the San Diego Reader.

    GreenCine Daily: Interview. Darren Aronofsky.

  • We even got unexpected holidays from school, but ten or fifteen minutes outside drove the bravest and the foolhardiest alike inside.

    Ramblers and Spinners

  • They leaned this way and that, the fronts of some thrust outward at an angle to forbid any but the foolhardiest from passing underneath.

    Lady Good-for-Nothing

  • (including the ROH's own recent cycle, which Antonio Pappano conducted a couple of years ago) is that he's doing something that only the bravest, or foolhardiest, conductor would ever attempt.

    Music news, reviews, comment and features | guardian.co.uk

  • "[S] urely the foolhardiest commercial venture in the genre since Duncan Shepherd in the San Diego Reader.

    GreenCine Daily

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