intrepidity

[ in-trep-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF intrepidity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTREPIDITY

Nothing, however, could check the intrepidity with which they advanced.

Intrepidity is one of the least shining strokes in his character.

They had been selected for their intrepidity and hardihood from all the towns.

He bore upon his person the stamp of intrepidity and assurance.

And it was intrepid, but in this intrepidity there was nothing aggressive.

He was saved and carried on board the 'Regulus' by the intrepidity of young Dill.

Give a proof of your valour, of your intrepidity, of your courage!

Hitherto he had been untried either as to his tactics or his intrepidity.

It is only in view of this circumstance, that his intrepidity can be appreciated.

It was only that intrepidity of self-command which he had failed to allow for.

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