This is no unsolvable problem if we face it wisely and courageously.
Mr Pancks courageously nodded his head and said, 'All right, ma'am.'
Caroline roused up with a start, and courageously rushed to the window.
But let us not forget what a courageously mad creation this our city is.
Courageously he leaped upon him, and took no heed of himself.
Why for life, when I now clearly and courageously recognise that she isn't good?
They had risked so much; they had fought so courageously for liberty!
Yet he held out bravely, courageously, and in hope of English help.
Yes—no—no, said I, courageously, it gives me the heart-ache.
The latter, fancying probably that only a few had firearms, came on courageously.