But most emblematic of his bravery, I think, was his commitment to reason.
Over the next three days we'll hear stories of bravery and brainstorm solutions for change.
I bow to your bravery and say to you with even greater resolve: “Welcome to our shared home.”
1540s, "daring, defiance, boasting," from French braverie, from braver "to brave" (see brave) or else from cognate Italian braveria, from bravare.
No Man is an Atheist, however he pretend it and serve the Company with his Braveries. [Donne, 1631]As a good quality, attested from 1580s. Meaning "fine clothes" is from 1560s and holds the older sense.
(Isa. 3:18), an old English word meaning comeliness or beauty.