Are they not capable of intelligence, science, heroics, humanity, empathy, or love?
The tale was quickly slammed as Zionist propaganda by Hamas, and not all Israeli officials were convinced of his heroics, either.
For his heroics, one of the soldiers, Billy Lynn, has achieved a national celebrity on the magnitude of Jessica Lynch.
You have a predilection for heroics; it will not be without interest to bring things to the point.
There were no heroics when he left them; he simply fastened on his pack and went.
I am tired of heroics; Jimmie Turnbull was hardly the man to inspire them.
heroics were, to her thinking, unsuitable articles for home consumption.
Without any heroics Holcomb had given his life to save her because she was an American268 woman.
“You shut up, old Bandbox,” said Molly, dropping her heroics.
Ah, child, tis little a mother cares for heroics when her only son is suffering for lack of care.
1540s, shortened from heroical (early 15c.), also heroycus "noble, magnanimous," from Latin heroicus "of a hero, heroic, mythical," from Greek heroikos "pertaining to heroes," from heros (see hero (n.1)). Earlier was heroical (early 15c.). The Heroic Age in Greece was the time before the return of the armies from the fall of Troy. Related: Heroically. Heroic verse (1610s), decasyllabic iambic, is from Italian.
heroic he·ro·ic (hĭ-rō'ĭk)
Relating to a risky medical procedure that may endanger the patient but also has a possibility of being successful, whereas lesser action would result in failure.