courage[ kur-ij, kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF courage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COURAGE
"I marvelled at your courage in talking to her as you did," said Eudora.
A courage, moreover —the gambler's courage—that is typically American.
There are not many boys, or men, I think, that would have had the courage to act as you did.
Then you will understand, and understanding, you will admire his courage.
A pioneer is a brave fellow, with the courage of his own curiosity.
What courage was requisite to grapple with this giant difficulty!
Out of three brothers of us, you know, there was but one had courage to marry.
And the pinto, for all his courage, could not meet that handicap and beat it.
Let us renew our determination, our courage, and our strength.
They will test our courage, our devotion to duty, and our concept of liberty.
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