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There’s Robert Horry, the dead-eye three-point gunner whose penchant for late-game heroics is legend.

One day, he took a heroic dose of magic mushrooms and climbed to the top of a tall tree, where he was trapped by a lightning storm.

The Oscar-nominated movie Hotel Rwanda was inspired by Rusesabagina’s heroics.

From Ozy

I’m not trying to make it sound heroic, our neighborhood is just a small part of the Bonny Doon community.

Similarly heroic stories abound across all the businesses, teams and leaders included in this year’s shortlist.

From Digiday

Sometimes they do heroic things, sometimes they wish they could.

Claret for boys, port for men, and brandy for heroes, according to Dr. Johnson, and Hitch went for the heroic.

Hamas called the attack “heroic” and, disgustingly, tweeted out photos of the bodies.

It is this kind of abstraction that leads to more mythology, more heroic narratives, more undertones of patriotic martyrdom.

Some heroic volunteers, like Spencer, have joined the fight—but not enough.

Again, she was present at the battle of Silan, where her heroic example of courage infused new life into her brother rebels.

It is not likely that the inhabitants of Ivrea, who thus commemorate her heroic deed, will ever forget their Mugnaia.

All men are not heroes, and in many countries men may become average hunters without being particularly heroic.

We shook each other by the hand, and congratulated one another mutually, as if we had done some great and heroic deed.

He was in love, and, being very young, wanted to do something insanely heroic.

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On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to heroic, such as: bold, courageous, daring, epic, fearless, and gallant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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