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- adv. In a heroic manner, like a hero.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a heroic manner; with signal valor or fortitude; courageously intrepidly; audaciously: as, the wall was heroically defended.
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- adv. in a heroic manner
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Israel's prime minister has praised the naval commandos who participated in the deadly May raid on a Gaza-bound ship, saying they acted "heroically," "ethically" and "with restraint."
James Wakefield hoped to win back his girlfriend's affections by having her abducted by a friend, then "heroically" rescuing her, a court heard.
There were lots of familiar faces on hand, actually -- John Mutter of Shelf Awareness, "heroically" navigating the crowded aisles his write-up of the show today is far more coherent than mine, along with Todd from Thuglit, Carolyn from Bookstream, and Tom from Norton, and I know there were others around that I didn't manage to cross paths with.
They made a point of telling us that both David and Fran had acted "heroically", that they had done all they could, each trying to protect the other, and that they had simply never seen a calmer and more self-possessed individual than Fran in any similar situation, concerning which they had all too much experience, including another case elsewhere that same afternoon.
Hessians, but were now turned, in the retreat, upon the British -- and which our gunners defended "heroically" to the last.
"There must be some one for the duke to punish," heroically; "otherwise he will refuse."
That's a vile book in which white supremacists "heroically" exterminate every Jewish American and ever non-white American.
You prevent disasters, don't wait for them to happen, and then "heroically" step in.
A barrister representing one of the families said Hucklesby, who received an MBE last year for his bravery, had been "heroically" helping passengers after the attack.
The 48-year-old replied: "I don't like the term 'heroically'."