daresay

verb dare·say \ ˌder-ˈsā \

Definition of daresay

transitive verb
: venture to say : think probable used only in the present tense first-person singular
intransitive verb
: agree, suppose used only in the present tense first-person singular

Examples of daresay in a Sentence

  1. I daresay we might manage to finish on time after all.

First Known Use of daresay

13th century



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