If all it takes are some fancy credentials and some impressive hobnobbing, I daresay the Senate is open to many comers.
And I daresay that nearly every Democratic politician I can think of, starting with Obama, would denounce such an effort.
I daresay that the tragedy of the death of Younes is, unfortunately, nothing unusual.
I daresay a more Irish city even than Boston—gays have marched for years.
Some smallish number does that now, but I daresay there are more Bettes and Boonstras.
I daresay you thought at the time how silly I was about George.
Perhaps that is a sign—I daresay it is—that I have not had much of what is not happiness.
I daresay you may have noticed they don't look as if they were made for me?
She's rather too old, and I'm rather too young to adopt her; but I daresay she would marry me.
I daresay I should have had myself in irons in another moment but for Madge.