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boldness or daring; courage.
audacity or impudence.
strength; power; vigor:
the hardihood of youth.
spirit or character; determination to survive; fortitude:
the hardihood of early settlers.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of
, and human life with no use for
would be contemptible.
Far several decades the townsfolk have held annually their memorial service for those who have paid for
They might not dare to open the great charter which had been won by their
They would not be here if they did not bear within them the
of pioneers, a courage of no mean order.
The did not seem to realize that they exemplified truly astonishing courage and
He says he will make a record for the walk that no one will have the
to attempt to beat in the near future.
When she will be launched no mundane being has the
British Dictionary definitions for
courage, daring, or audacity
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