adj. 1 brave or adventurous; ruthless.
adj. 1 of no practical value or use. 2 without merit; useless.
actually in American English
Some common synonyms for daring are adventurous, daredevil, foolhardy, reckless, reckless, and risk-taking.
The word act is often used to describe charitable acts, but an act doesn’t have to be good to be called an act – people go to prison for their criminal acts. However, an act is something done intentionally.
Sense: a person of no worth or value; a contemptuously insignificant person.
1. The definition of heroic is a strong and courageous person or a story of actions by people with these qualities. An example of a heroic act is a firefighter entering a burning building to save a child. An example of a heroic story is the story of Perseus in Greek mythology. adjective.
The definition of an act is something that is done. An example of an act is a helpful act; a “good deed.” noun. Deed is defined as title deed. An example of a deed is a contract for state ownership of land.
In India, some of the major types of deeds are:
Deed of Sale. Mortgage Deed. Rental contract. deed of gift. General Guarantee Certificate.
The word ruthless has a negative connotation (indicated by the ending -less – see 106. Word-like suffixes), suggesting criticism of whoever or whatever is so designated, while daring is positive , suggesting approval.
The definition of daring is bold, risk-taking, willing to take risks, or being bold. An example of a daredevil is a stunt car driver. An example of something daring is a memo to your boss asking you to make big changes.
(cautious) Opposite of willing or inclined to take chances or risks. carefully. fig. unadventurous. enterprising.