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- n. The state of being courageous
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being courageous; courage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or quality of being courageous; bravery; valor.
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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Across the board, critics applauded Crossfire's "courageousness" in challenging a long-standing Hollywood taboo and expressed their belief that the film performed an important public service in bringing the problem of American anti-Semitism out into the open.
Taking the year to reflect on who and what Paul was, Bauman said the school will establish a mascot that encompasses all his qualities, such as courageousness and outspokenness, and accurately displays how those qualities relate to the children today.
He blasted through the entire day with a courageousness I know came from him feeling more decisive and "in control" of his world.
Do you think you are understating the exceptional courageousness and intelligence of your work during the genocide?
The bombastic nature of John Starks and courageousness of Patrick Ewing are a thing of the past now and superstars are sorely missing from the bright lights of 4 Penn Plaza in New York City.
We admire your courageousness and you've run an amazing campaign.
Today, Jorge Luis is as physically active as any of his peers and even has a special affinity for extreme activities, such as riding down a zip line on family vacations in Costa Rica, a true testament to his blazing courageousness.
Well, he can't let that courageousness of his get worn out.
Posted at March 19, 2008 2: 06 PM in response to Gallup: kudos to your courageousness.
Yours is one of the few voices that really does make me think and I love the courageousness of your brilliant mind.