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audacious - adjective

Fearless, bold, daring, as in an audacious explorer; extremely original or inventive, as in his audacious vision for improving the tax laws.

The Bush administration's audacious plan to rebuild Iraq envisions a sweeping overhaul of Iraqi society within a year of a war's end, but leaves much of the work to private U.S. companies.

Neil King, Jr. “Bush Has an Audacious Plan to Rebuild Iraq Within a Year” Wall Street Journal, March 17, 2003

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