bravery en Vietnamien
Everyone praised the firemen for their bravery.
Lieutenant al-Kasasbeh will forever personify the bravery of a true son of Jordan, one who honored his family and country by his seven years of military service.
Forty-four years of suffering and alarm had developed their old bravery. But the leaders? Where were they going to get leaders to march to victory? Many others were asking themselves the same question.
He was going to be a soldier. Soon she would hear him well spoken of. His idea was either to be stretched on the battlefield in his first encounter, or to astound the world by his bravery.
Bravery is a great virtue.
His son inherited the bravery of his high spirit, without its loyalty.
Imagine to yourself youth, wit, beauty, unbounded gayety, the most reckless bravery, a famous name, untold wealth--imagine all these, and you can form some idea of the effect that he would be sure to produce among us.
Want of courage is the last thing to be pardoned by young men, who usually look upon bravery as the chief of all human virtues, and the excuse for every possible fault.
We admire her for her bravery.
Ancient people liked to tell stories of bravery.
a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear: heart, brave, nerve, valorousness, spunk, valour, Dutch courage, spirit, heroism, stoutheartedness, fortitude, fearlessness, valor, courage, intrepidity, mettle, courageousness, valiancy, gallantry, courageous, braveness, dauntlessness, valiance
feeling no fear: fearlessness, security, feeling