Reckless mischief; the action of a dare-devil.(noun)
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Use "dare-deviltry" in a sentence
"They had been so full of energy and humor and dare-deviltry."
"To match this dare-deviltry, a saloon man in one frontier town, as a sign for his business, with psychological ingenuity painted across the broad front of his building in big black letters this challenge to God, man, and the devil: _The Road to Ruin_."
"You might go far in that quarter for anything of dare-deviltry so likeable."