courageous[ kuh-rey-juh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF courageous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COURAGEOUS
She loomed large, potential, courageous, a woman who held life in her hands.
Under fire you said a most courageous, womanly, creditable thing.
Obliging and courageous as Habert himself was, this made him indignant.
One of the most cheerful and courageous, because one of the most hopeful of workers, was Carey, the missionary.
She was so loyal, so courageous in her beliefs, such a great little sportswoman.
Now she was beginning to tremble, her strength was failing her, she, who by nature was so courageous.
Gervaise, at heart, did not feel as courageous when with Lantier as she said.
He was happy to meet her eyes, and to see them rest upon his own with courageous fixedness.
Had I been a courageous or a muscular man I could have struck him.
And a coward would do less than a courageous and temperate man?