Its soldiers are renowned among the other rebels for their bravery and skill, and they often take the lead in critical operations.
But most emblematic of his bravery, I think, was his commitment to reason.
He almost certainly would have killed more kids were it not for the bravery of Jesse Lewis.
The Germans nevertheless attacked with bravery bordering on desperation, but were stopped after dogged Russian resistance.
We can still talk about the possibilities for the bravery of love that no amount of dysfunction in Washington can deny.
Their chiefs were as much renowned for wisdom, and eloquence as for bravery.
The bravery of these villagers—men and women—is remarkable, and not to be forgotten.
Behold the worm that gnaws away the bravery of a nation and makes it a prey for the spoiler!'
The French papers were full of the stories of their bravery.
Though the fellow hath the bravery of a lion, he hath the meekness of a lamb.
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.