from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A simplified spelling of courage.


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  • September 29, 2008 at 7:12 am oh shure! to get ur curage up, so to speek?

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  • But I have to say that the padlock is worrying especially as I swear the other night that someone was tapping on the window but when I finially got up the curage all there was was H and He sitting on the window sill and wormery looking over towards the padock.

    Snell-Pym » Things that go Bump in the Night

  • Today, tourists can navigate the grotto-like passageways of the sewers, posing with ancient poop-scooping paraphernalia including the boules de curage, or giant sand-filled balls once used to flatten out waste so that it would more easily flow through pipes.

    The More Putrid Side of Paris

  • Frome that day back, the curage of many was dejected.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • For confort of the brethren, and contynewance of the Kyrk in Edinburgh, was left thair our deir brother Johnne Willock, quha, for his faithfull laubouris and bald curage in that battell, deserves immortall prayse.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Befoir it was eight houris in the morning, God had gevin unto us boith curage, and a reasonable nomber to withstand thair furie.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Keene showed grate curage but that Cele and mother showed grate jugment. he nearly dide laffing when he heard Sam Dire set fire to the sheep. he sed he gesed Sam dident want to lose his heat. father asted Cele how she hapened to think to do that and that is the funny part of it. sumtimes you have to laff at funerals. well Cele sed that in Scalploc

    Brite and Fair

  • J. Albert Clark. the Terible 3 has desided that they has maid a mistaik in your case. you done splended in the dog fite and you hung on to the chane and dident let go when Lamp Flood was going to lick you whitch took grate curage.

    Brite and Fair

  • There are few Ladies mention'd therein, but are character's what they ought to be the magnanimity, virtue, gallantry, patience, constancy, and curage of the men, might intitle them worthy Husbands to the most deserving of the female sex.

    The Gentlewoman's Companion: or,%0AA Guide to the Female Sex

  • August 16, 186 --- we have had a terrible xciting time here today. if it hadent been for Cele we wood have lost our sheep. me and Keene fit hard with clubs and broomsticks and kicking in the ribs and pulling his tale but Cele done it. i shood never have thougt of it. but Cele did. father says Cele is a heroin. he says Cele has got some branes but that me and Keene has got moar curage than jugment.

    Brite and Fair


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