Use Dare in a sentence. How to use the word Dare in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Dare. Sentence for Dare.
Definition of Dare
- To have the courage or boldness to do something.
- To have the courage to face.
- To challenge to do something
Examples of Dare in a sentence
- I dare say she was obstinate about it in spite of her gentleness and her passion for the doctor.
- “It may hurt her to see them,” I thought, “but I don’t dare destroy them.
- Each turkey is on a treadmill and does not dare to jump so as not to condemn his children to celibacy.
- She went on to say that has she been a Caucasian singer, he wouldn’t dare to physically accost her.
- He did not dare to make proposals openly, and he accordingly disguised himself and mingled with the servants upon Agenor’s farm.
- My suspicion is that solar panels are pretty generic looking, and it would be easy to stick a brand-name label on a (dare I say) Chinese-made panel.
- He did not dare to kill them openly, for fear of exciting the popular odium against himself.
- Satisfied that he has settled an acute difficulty, this composite father, in whose voice has sounded some tones that I dare not disown, descends the peaceful stairs.
- Beauty she must have had in a way, though I confess a natural preference for queenly women; I dare say I should have preferred Octavia to Cleopatra, who, they tell me, was small and slight.
- After my lonely life I dare say I should have loved any one who really needed me, and from the first moment that I read the appeal in Mrs. Vanderbridge’s face I felt that I was willing to work my fingers to the bone for her.
- If she had ever had her wits about her, I dare-say fifty years at Jordan’s End had unsettled them completely.