Such are the folks who think of this day as one of valor and pride.
Sometimes in the midst of a tragedy like the Newton massacre, we witness incredible acts of valor, tenderness, grace, and decency.
Significantly, we learn that Dontae never played football as a kid, and thus was never indoctrinated into its codes of valor.
What difference do you see between acts of wartime valor and the sorts of valor you show in the novel?
Acts of valor are acts of valor, whether there are bullets whizzing around you or not.
The valor of the English was much remarked on this occasion.
Yet what can I say, for all men know that your valor needs the curb and not the spur.
Frenchman against Frenchman, their valor was equal: the one side fighting to save, the other to reconquer, their country.
Celerity, valor, endurance, they were his iridescent neck and tail feathers.
We are rearing monuments to perpetuate their deeds of valor.
c.1300, "value, worth," from Old French valour "strength, value, valor," from Late Latin valorem (nominative valor) "value, worth," from stem of Latin valere "be worth, be strong" (see valiant). The meaning "courage" is first recorded 1580s, from Italian valore, from the same Late Latin word. (The Middle English word also had a sense of "worth or worthiness in respect of manly qualities").