Meaning: tr
cesur, pervasız
Our seamen have always been famous for a matchless alacrity and intrepidity in time of danger; this has saved many a British ship, when other seamen would have run below deck, and left the ship to the mercy of the waves, or, perhaps, of a more cruel enemy, a pirate.
You've got to be intrepid!
Intrepidly, he jumped out of the plane.
Many tried to carry out the deed of the intrepid mountaineer.
Added on 2014-12-11 | by m1gin | View: 463
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