bravery

[ brey-vuh-ree, breyv-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF bravery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRAVERY

I asked him what reward the Helots had for bravery or virtue.

The attention of the reader is directed to the bravery of this officer.

This was bold, but there was little enough of bravery in my words.

But he jumped out of bed, and after his ablutions he recovered all his bravery.

What delight it gave her to hear of the bravery of her poor boy!

Of all these nations, the Batavians are the most signal in bravery.

It is easy to talk of bravery, the necessity for it in life.

That is the man whose cleverness and bravery you even praised.

Only don't talk to me any more about the bravery of a woman like that.

If we filled the day with bravery, we should not shrink from celebrating it.

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