courageously[ kuh-rey-juh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF courageously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COURAGEOUSLY
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.
late 13c., from Anglo-French corageous, Old French corageus (12c., Modern French courageux), from corage (see courage). Related: Courageously; courageousness.