He was able to inspire and motivate others to acts of courage—as great leaders must.
Bush doesn't yet have the courage to say all the things that need to be said.
Israel has the wisdom to see the world as it is, but also the courage to see the world as it should be.
“The real question is will Republicans have the courage to take on those programs,” Penner said.
I want to encourage everyone to approach these reforms with boldness, courage, and caution.
Atlee says you can always settle the courage on the younger children.'
"I marvelled at your courage in talking to her as you did," said Eudora.
Where would I find the strength and courage for the challenges?
Then you will understand, and understanding, you will admire his courage.
Perhaps it was because we saw only a part of the situation that our courage rose.
c.1300, from Old French corage (12c., Modern French courage) "heart, innermost feelings; temper," from Vulgar Latin *coraticum (source of Italian coraggio, Spanish coraje), from Latin cor "heart" (see heart) which remains a common metaphor for inner strength.
In Middle English, used broadly for "what is in one's mind or thoughts," hence "bravery," but also "wrath, pride, confidence, lustiness," or any sort of inclination. Replaced Old English ellen, which also meant "zeal, strength."