She had the intrepidity to dare, and the fortitude to accomplish the undertaking.
intrepidity is one of the least shining strokes in his character.
It must be admitted that the distinguishing feature of the British soldier is intrepidity.
And it was intrepid, but in this intrepidity there was nothing aggressive.
She was a wise and prudent ruler, of masculine temper and intrepidity, and very capable in affairs.
Give a proof of your valour, of your intrepidity, of your courage!
They started, and Edmund rose up with a look full of resolution and intrepidity.
It is only in view of this circumstance, that his intrepidity can be appreciated.
Down the slope they sped to the attack with all the spirit and intrepidity of the gray wolf.
That night he did go, and with some intrepidity knocked at the door of the mysterious cave.