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temerarious

adjective tem·er·ar·i·ous \ˌte-mə-ˈrer-ē-əs\

Definition of TEMERARIOUS

:  marked by temerity :  rashly or presumptuously daring <a temerarious comment>
tem·er·ar·i·ous·ly adverb
tem·er·ar·i·ous·ness noun

Examples of TEMERARIOUS

  1. <temerarious people rush in without forethought>

Origin of TEMERARIOUS

Latin temerarius, from temere
First Known Use: 1532

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