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temerarious (adjective), more temerarious, most temerarious
1. Foolhardy and recklessly daring: It was a temerarious idea for early scientists to imagine the earth circumnavigating the sun.
2. Rash; headstrong; unreasonably adventurous; despising danger: Mary's temerarious aunt is always ready to dash off to a new adventure; now, she is planning to go canoeing down the Mackenzie River in Canada.
3. Careless; heedless; done at random: With a temerarious dash of his pen, the tenant signed a generous check for the landlord.
Rash and reckless.
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Unreasonably venturous and taking chances.
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Characteristic of being unreasonably daring, rash, or reckless. (2)