To be bold adequate (to do something); have courage, power of head, or hardihood (to carry out some action or task); never to be afraid; venture: accompanied by an infinitive (with or without to) as item, or sometimes, by ellipsis, utilized definitely.
[Originally and still frequently used in the next individual of the current tense without a personal cancellation, plus such instance constantly followed closely by the infinitive without to: since, he dare not get it done.
To endeavor on; attempt boldly to do.
To challenge; provoke to activity, specially by asserting or implying any particular one lacks nerve to just accept the process; defy: since, to dare a guy to fight.
To arouse; rouse.
to stay in fear; tremble with anxiety; be stupefied or dazed with concern. Specifically
To lie nevertheless in concern; lurk in dread; particularly, lie or squat near the surface, like a frightened bird or hare; look anxiously around, as a result a lurking animal.
To droop; languish.
To hit with worry; terrify; daunt; dismay.
To terrify and capture (larks), as in the form of a mirror or some red fabric, or by walking round with a hawk regarding fist where they truly are crouching, and then throwing a net over all of them.