valiant

[ val-yuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF valiant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VALIANT

I have seen them fight too often not to know that they are very hardy and valiant gentlemen.

I had thought that you were in Spain with the valiant Henry of Trastamare.

But they are simple-hearted and valiant servants of their Master.

"I am your enemy," answered the valiant Pygmy, in his mightiest squeak.

The fierce Hunding is to fight with my dearest friend--the valiant Siegmund.

And so the most valiant efforts have failed to rouse it from its invincible slumber.

When he says yes, it is a law: and he dares to say the valiant no at the fitting season.

Their business was to celebrate the praises of the gods and valiant men.

In this stanza Rhuvawn is celebrated as pious, valiant, and hospitable.

At all events, in the tourneys of the mind his part would be valiant.

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