intrepid in Greek
The most intrepid gaze could not have considered this immense obscurity without having fear.
Calamities were raining around the family and saddening his relatives, yet not one grazed the intrepid sub-lieutenant who was persisting in his daring deeds with the heroic nerve of a musketeer.
It was also possible that we could be greeted by brass bands and cheering crowds, and be hailed as intrepid explorers.
Many tried to carry out the deed of the intrepid mountaineer.
You've got to be intrepid!
He fought with an intrepid spirit.
He has always been the most intrepid explorer.
Across the Atlantic, another intrepid scientist labored to uncover the truth behind what happened before the beginning.
George and his group of internationally qualified ski instructors will be on hand to give lessons for beginners as well as guide for the more intrepid extreme skier.
I have Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex (basic without updates for my modem does not work).