Link to this page adjective: Fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold. See Synonyms at daring, courageous. Unrestrained by meeting or propriety; insolent. Spirited and original: an audacious interpretation of two Jacobean dramas. Showing determination to simply take bold dangers; recklessly daring. Impudent. Daring; spirited; daring. Contemning the restraints of law, religion, or decorum; bold in wickedness; presumptuous; impudent; insolent. Committed with, or procedures from, bold effrontery or contempt of legislation, morality, or decorum. disposed to venture or take dangers unrestrained by meeting or propriety invulnerable to worry or intimidation View More others: Bold or daring; spirited; adventurous; intrepid. Unrestrained by-law, faith, or propriety; characterized by contempt or defiance associated with maxims of law or morality; presumptuously wicked; shameless; insolent; impudent: since, an audacious traitor; an audacious calumny; “audacious cruelty,” View More Related Sources Definition for "audacious" Fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold. See Synonyms at… View More Sentence for "audacious" Quotes for "audacious" "I respect the astute and rigorously…" View More Synonym for "audacious" Antonym for "audacious" Phrases for "audacious" Rhyme for "audacious" Equivalent for "audacious" Same Context for "audacious" Urban Dictionary for "audacious"