• Dare he fight?
  • 彼に戦う勇気があるかな
  • I dare say that you must go.
  • 出て行ってほしい,あえて言うのだが
  • It is a lie, I dare say.
  • たぶんうそだろう
  • on [((英))for] a dare
  • 挑戦を受けて
  • She dared (to) leave him alone.
  • 彼女は思い切って彼をひとりにした(◆通例She was afraid to ....)
  • Although Hitler ordered him released days later, Papen no longer dared to criticise the regime.
  • Wikipedia: Night of the Long Knives
  • Although previously Henry's friend, Jimmie now mocks him, daring his friends to approach the disfigured man.
  • Wikipedia: The Monster (novella)
  • Amid the post-war environment, the profiles of Arafat and Fatah were raised by this important turning point, and he came to be regarded as a national hero who dared to confront Israel.
  • Wikipedia: Yasser Arafat
  • As Jews were not allowed to use public transport, they walked several kilometers from their home, with each of them wearing several layers of clothing as they did not dare be seen carrying luggage.
  • Wikipedia: Anne Frank
  • Attempting to force a victory, he took a small force of small oared vessels on a daring frontal attack on the French galleys on 25 April.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Rose
  • Bloc Party's second album A Weekend in the City, released in 2007, allowed the quartet to evolve sonically by including more electronically tampered soundscapes, but the band members were not entirely comfortable with more daring musical arrangements when making the record.
  • Wikipedia: Intimacy (Bloc Party album)
  • Combining daring sex scenes with sentimental reconciliations and Sir Novelty's buffoonery, Love's Last Shift offered something for everybody, and was a great box-office hit.
  • Wikipedia: The Relapse
  • Composed at the point of transition from the Renaissance era to the Baroque, L'Orfeo employs all the resources then known within the art of music, with particularly daring use of polyphony.
  • Wikipedia: L'Orfeo
  • During the First World War he participated in the landing at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915, and served as a staff officer in the Gallipoli Campaign, where he was mentioned in despatches for a daring raid behind enemy lines.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Blamey
  • During World War I he received the Victoria Cross, the Distinguished Service Order, the French Croix de Guerre avec Palmes and the United States' Navy Cross for a series of daring operations he conducted while serving in the Royal Navy during the War at Sea.
  • Wikipedia: Ronald Niel Stuart
  • Hargrave proposed a plan for implementing social credit in Alberta; while he acknowledged that it was unconstitutional, he believed that the federal government would not dare enforce its jurisdiction in the face of broad popular support for social credit.
  • Wikipedia: 1937 Social Credit backbenchers' revolt
  • He carried out many daring machine-gun attacks on enemy positions involving low-flying over long distances in the face of continuous fire at point-blank range.
  • Wikipedia: Bill Newton
  • However, Japanese plans were not changed; Yamamoto, at sea on Yamato, did not dare inform Nagumo for fear of exposing his position and assumed that Nagumo had received the same signal from Tokyo.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Midway
  • If they dare to come out in the open field and defend the gold standard as a good thing, we will fight them to the uttermost.
  • Wikipedia: Cross of Gold speech
  • In the case of a gallant and daring act being performed by a squadron, ship's company or a detached body of men (such as marines) in which all men are deemed equally brave and deserving of the Victoria Cross then a ballot is drawn.
  • Wikipedia: Victoria Cross
  • Infuriated with the distortions, Du Bois published a letter in the New York World, claiming that the only crime the black sharecroppers had committed was daring to challenge their white landlords by hiring an attorney to investigate contractual irregularities.
  • Wikipedia: W. E. B. Du Bois
  • It depicts Ahalya as a free-spirited woman, who dares to be painted nude by Inder (Indra), a pupil of the art professor, Gautama, and defends her decision against her husband's criticisms.
  • Wikipedia: Ahalya