valorous

[val-er-uhs]
adjective
1.
having valor; courageous; valiant; brave.
2.
characterized by valor: valorous deeds.

Origin:
1470–80; < Medieval Latin valorōsus valiant. See valor, -ous

valorously, adverb
valorousness, noun
nonvalorous, adjective
nonvalorously, adverb
nonvalorousness, noun
unvalorous, adjective
unvalorously, adverb
unvalorousness, noun
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valour or valor (ˈvælə)
 
n
courage or bravery, esp in battle
 
[C15: from Late Latin valor, from valēre to be strong]
 
valor or valor
 
n
 
[C15: from Late Latin valor, from valēre to be strong]
 
'valorous or valor
 
adj
 
'valorously or valor
 
adv

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Example sentences
They are teaching, with the help of their valorous syndicates, to criticize every little aspect of the western civilization.
Of thrilling interest is its history and worthy of commemoration the valorous deeds of its pioneers.
But, alas, the perilous duty you have performed has sadly thinned your valorous ranks.
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