hardihood[ hahr-dee-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF hardihood
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARDIHOOD
The Baron had the hardihood to call upon us the next day; of course, in vain.
They had been selected for their intrepidity and hardihood from all the towns.
It was like predestined welcome, a confirming of his hardihood.
I had all the hardihood to brave Lord Kilgoff's most fixed resolves.
"Just so," rejoined the Italian, with a hardihood that seemed to sit easily upon him.
And again he was alone with the situation he had created in the hardihood and inexperience of his heart.
What do you think, sir, they have had the hardihood to say in the House of Commons?
It was to the hour of pillage alone they looked for the recompense of their hardihood.
I knew that of old, and rather wondered at my own hardihood.
Next to Roland for valor and hardihood came Oliver, his companion.