What is another word for audaciously?

Pronunciation: [ɔːdˈe͡ɪʃəsli] (IPA)

Audaciously means to act with boldness, daring, or fearless confidence. There are various synonyms for audaciously, such as fearlessly, courageously, recklessly, adventurously, brazenly, boldly, gallantly, intrepidly, valiantly, and heroically. Each of these words captures a unique aspect of audacity. Fearlessly suggests acting without fear or apprehension; courageously implies facing danger with mental or moral strength; recklessly suggests taking risks without proper caution; adventurously implies embarking on exciting exploits with great enthusiasm; brazenly suggests doing something without shame or remorse; boldly implies acting with self-assurance and confidence; gallantly implies acting with chivalry and honor; intrepidly suggests acting without fear of danger or difficulty; valiantly implies acting with great courage, and heroically suggests acting with bravery and honor.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for audaciously?

Antonyms for audaciously include timidly, fearfully, meekly, modestly, humbly, and shily. These words describe individuals who lack confidence and avoid taking risks. Timidly suggests a reluctance to assert oneself, while fearfully suggests a fear of failure. Meekly implies a submissive personality that adheres to convention or authority. Modestly suggests a reserved personality that avoids drawing attention to oneself. Humble implies a lack of ego, a willingness to defer to others, and a reluctance to assert oneself. Shily implies social anxiety or an inability to interact with others in a confident manner.

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Usage examples for Audaciously

Boldly, audaciously, he had gone as a rich hacendado, and after the manner of rich hacendados he had "seen the City."
"The Missourian"
Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
So, while one Dodo was audaciously playing at acting, another Dodo was coldly placing questions before herself.
"The Salamander"
Owen Johnson
She was half inclined to go in audaciously, to laugh in his face; turn his fury into ridicule, tell him she was the sort of woman who is born to do as she likes, to live as she chooses, to think of nothing but her own will, consult nothing but her whims of the moment.
"The Woman With The Fan"
Robert Hichens

Famous quotes with Audaciously

  • These rare senses and powers of reasoning were given to be used freely, but not audaciously, to discover, not to pervert the truth.
    William John Wills

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