valorous

[ val-er-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF valorous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VALOROUS

Gortz was nothing loth, but was quite as valorous as the lawyer.

The history of the valorous and witty-knight-errant, Don-Quixote, of the Mancha.

He was a glory to the cuarton, almost to be compared with the valorous Ironworker.

By this action the banditti were deprived of their two most valorous chiefs.

He had no wife, no child; had achieved no valorous unselfish deed.

That was their leader, Sir Williams Glasdale, a most valorous knight.

"Now, I must be gone and do valorous deeds, dear Brnnhilde," Siegfried said to her.

For him it was but an opportunity for some valorous achievement.

The most valorous exploit attempted by the pygmies was the siege of Hercules.

Then, there is need of arms; here, most valorous man, use your energies.

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