In an intrepid manner; fearlessly; daringly; resolutely.(adverb)
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Use "intrepidly" in a sentence
"Under the Restoration, between 1823 and 1827, Cerizet's occupation consisted in first putting his name intrepidly to various paragraphs, on which the public prosecutor fastened with avidity, and subsequently marching off to prison."
"Russell Banks reads from his newest novel Lost Memory of Skin, which a Booklist review described as "intrepidly inquisitive, magnificently compassionate, and darkly funny novel of private and societal illusions, maladies, and truths.""
"It was a token, apparently, of the leader's renewed fire that he wants to "end the cosy cartels of the way top pay is set", to which end he intrepidly proposes an employee on every pay committee."