Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "dare-devil" in a sentence
"Clam was a dare-devil, but Nelson was a reckless maniac."
"No more are the free-and-easy, dare-devil days, when fortunes were made in fast runs and lucky ventures, not alone for owners, but for captains as well."
"Yet given the nature of the 1920s, when the spotlight of fame moved quickly and shone brightly -- illuminating ball players, flag pole sitters, and dare-devil pilots — it was fitting that Capone might give in to vanity."