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- n. The characteristic of being brave.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of state or being brave.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being brave; bravery: as “the braveness of the exploit,”
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear
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That's the way I see it a good deal now with all that kind of braveness in some of the colored people.
Thats the way I see it a good deal now with all that kind of braveness in some of the colored people.
"I wish to give some kind of braveness to other people, just tell them it's so easy.
Bergen quotes Muhammad Musa, "a laconic, massively built commander" who led 600 Afghan soldiers to the Tora Bora front lines, on the fanatical braveness of al-Qaeda's fighters.
"I was greatly moved by the braveness of the survivors who are encouraging themselves in trying to live on through this enormous disaster," the emperor said.
We have matured certainly as we can win tonight when we are less creative but with intelligence, braveness and calm.
These are brilliant programmes, some telling stories from much closer to home? one includes an American army deserter? and all full of stubborn courage, braveness, luck and some jaw-dropping cruelty.
Mr. Seda, whose face invites us in even as it gives nothing away, deserves most of the credit for clarifying a simple mystery at the heart of braveness; how, stripped to his elemental self, a hero is a kind of innocent.
This is the day of the braveness and sacrifice of the martyrs.
Defending is braveness, and losing with an effort is braveness: Sebastien Squillaci, I salute you.