Adventurous, willing to take on or look for risks. (adjective)
Courageous, or showing bravery (adjective)
Examples of word daring
I totally admire your courage in daring to print the name X--- in your blog.
Daylight still engaged in daring speculations, as, for instance, at the impending outbreak of the Japanese-Russian War, when, in the face of the experience and power of the shipping gamblers, he reached out and clutched practically a monopoly of available steamer-charters.
Noted for his daring and success as a surgeon, through the days and weeks that followed Linday exceeded himself in daring and success.
"Gordon Brown looked freer at PMQs than I have ever seen him as he fiercely defended his anti-poverty credentials and attacked the Tories for their cheek in daring to take him on on this territory."
Presently it opened and disclosed fifty horsemen, gathered together to waylay merchants on the highway, and their captain, by name Kahrdash, was a lion in daring and dash; a furious lion who layeth knights flat as carpets in battle-crash. â€”