Audacity in a Sentence

Definition of Audacity

a confident and daring quality that is often seen as shocking or rude

Use Audacity in a sentence

To everyone’s surprise, Jackie had the audacity to invite herself to her rival’s wedding.

Only Frank had the audacity to call our boss a bully.

Can you believe Maggie had the audacity to threaten to call the police on her noisy neighbors?

The pirates had the audacity to try and steal the presidential yacht.

Even when Mitchell knew he was about to be arrested for selling drugs, he had the audacity to continue to sell his products on the street corner.

My sister Sarah once had the audacity to jump on the stage with her favorite singer.

When the company used a nude toddler in its advertising campaign, it shocked everyone with its audacity.

After robbing the bank, the robber had the audacity to leave an insulting note for the police.

Even though the queen admired the young woman’s audacity, she was quick to let her know she was not fit to marry the prince.

I can’t believe my ex-husband had the audacity to ask me to spend time with his girlfriend!

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