Definition of audaciousness:
brashness, nerviness, daredevilry, brazenness, sassiness, adventuresomeness, uppityness, daringness, courtesy, crust, rudeness, brass, audacity, presumptuousness, forwardness, safety, impudence, boldness, adventurousness, disrespect, daring, incivility, temerity, gall, overconfidence, familiarity, attitude, pushiness, daredeviltry, impertinence, nerve, cheekiness, hutzpa, cheek, effrontery, pertness, venturesomeness, face, impudency, uppishness, venturousness, sauciness, assumption, chutzpah, insolence, discourtesy, sauce.
A mind capable of seeing was twisted by a nature that would not allow of open eyes; yet the laden emotions of her nature brought her round by another channel to the stage neighbouring sight, where facts, dimly recognised for such- as they may be in truth, are accepted under their disguises, because disguise of them is needed by the bashful spirit which accuses itself of audaciousness in presuming to speculate.- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
With an audaciousness which has no counterpart in the history of civilized warfare, German agents in the United States had caused advertisements to be printed in the public press, warning citizens against sailing on the vessel, and advised that she was in danger of being destroyed.- "Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights", Kelly Miller.
Liberty is consistent with no degree of honesty inferior to this, and the community where this abounds no prig will have the impudence or audaciousness to endeavour to enslave; or if he should, his own destruction would be the only consequence of his attempt.- "The History of the Life of the Late Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great", Henry Fielding.