Officers could be just as bad as the men, knocking hats off cab drivers and horse-whipping officials who had the temerity to make any demands of them.
It takes time and temerity to get beneath the surface of them all.
Above all, she has a breathtaking fearlessness, and the talent to back up her temerity .
They even had the temerity to ask how much I earn, which I always thought was a secret between me and the Receiver of Income.
She was very touchy when one brave soul had the temerity to suggest that she had made more than the usual number of unforced errors in her opening match.
And if you have the temerity to do so your reputation will be shattered and your dignity will be shredded.
It is his temerity in assuming that love is universally a good thing and a cause for celebration that has doomed him.
Many at the environmental assessment meetings at least had the temerity to question the spending priorities of our governments.
You have the temerity to blame the free market for unemployment?
no one had the temerity to question his conclusions