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synonyms for bravura

  • audacity
  • bravery
  • daring
  • determination
  • endurance
  • fearlessness
  • firmness
  • fortitude
  • gallantry
  • grit
  • heroism
  • prowess
  • spirit
  • spunk
  • tenacity
  • valor
  • adventurousness
  • backbone
  • dash
  • dauntlessness
  • enterprise
  • gameness
  • guts
  • hardihood
  • intrepidity
  • mettle
  • nerve
  • pluck
  • power
  • pugnacity
  • rashness
  • recklessness
  • resolution
  • stoutheartedness
  • temerity
  • venturesomeness
  • adventuresomeness
  • lion-heartedness
  • élan

antonyms for bravura

MOST RELEVANT
  • cowardice
  • fear
  • humility
  • irresolution
  • meekness
  • timidity
  • weakness
  • faint-heartedness
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          How to use bravura in a sentence

          That bravura piece of filmmaking, which broke the fourth wall and introduced a whole new layer of realism into a medium that was already wowing viewers with its uncanny verisimilitude, has been referenced frequently throughout the decades.
          THE ‘RUST’ SCENE THAT ALEC BALDWIN WAS REHEARSING STRIKES A FAMILIAR AND PLAYED-OUT CHORDANN HORNADAYOCTOBER 28, 2021WASHINGTON POST
          It’s the perfect vehicle for bravura direction and editing, without ever losing the momentum of each ridiculous and joyous stunt.
          THE FAST AND FURIOUS FRANCHISE RANKED, FROM WORST TO BESTHAU CHUJUNE 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
          Everyone who attends the finals, around 2,000 people in a typical year, turns out to hear bravura performances honed over months at regional meets.
          ‘I’M GOING TO SAY IT FROM THE HEART.’ AMERICA’S RECKONING ON RACE HAS COME TO HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH AND DEBATEBRIAN SETO MCGRATHDECEMBER 25, 2020TIME
          Frulein Fichtner is more in the bravura than in the sentimental line, and she has a certain breadth, grasp, and freshness.
          MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
          He sang bravura airs with a facility of vocalisation any prima donna might have envied.
          THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
          After the overture Signora Palazzesi sang "with a bell-like, magnificent voice, and great bravura."
          FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
          The brilliant bravura in which you gave the last line, immensely exciting as it was, is not correct.
          LORD KILGOBBINCHARLES LEVER
          I had taken refuge from the terrible bravura singing of the Major's strident prima donna in the back drawing-room.
          THE LAW AND THE LADYWILKIE COLLINS
          At least, in Rossinis Stabat Mater, there are no bravura airs.
          THE LIFE OF ROSSINIHENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
          She was dressed with cheap neatness, the soiled white wing of a bird in her black hat being the only touch of bravura.
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