dare [-d, daring, -s] v

OE durran < Skr. dadhārsha, bold.

  1. Have courage; have boldness; to not be afraid; (see Job 41:10).
  2. Venture, be audacious; be adventurous; (1 Corinthians 6:1).
  3. Challenge; provoke; tempt fate; (see Romans 5:7).
  4. Could; venture; have courage; fearlessly attempt; be bold enough; [pejoration] be so thoughtless as to.
  5. Want; need.
  6. Jeopardize; risk being wrong (see Romans 15:18).
  7. Think; imagine; want; be able; (see 2 Corinthians 10:12).
  8. Thinking to; wanting to; needing to.
  9. Risk rejection; chance failure.