temerarious

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From Latin temerārius (that happens by chance, imprudent), from temerē (by chance, at random, rashly).

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  • IPA(key): /ˌtɛməˈɹɛəɹiəs/

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temerarious (comparative more temerarious, superlative most temerarious)

  1. Recklessly daring or bold

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