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cou·ra·geous

 (kə-rā′jəs)
adj.
Having or characterized by courage; valiant. See Synonyms at brave.

cou·ra′geous·ly adv.
cou·ra′geous·ness n.

courageous

(kəˈreɪdʒəs)
adj
possessing or expressing courage
couˈrageously adv
couˈrageousness n

cou•ra•geous

(kəˈreɪ dʒəs)

adj.
possessing or characterized by courage; brave.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Anglo-French, Old French]
cou•ra′geous•ly, adv.
cou•ra′geous•ness, n.
syn: See brave.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.courageous - possessing or displaying couragecourageous - possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching; "Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring"- Herman Melville; "a frank courageous heart...triumphed over pain"- William Wordsworth; "set a courageous example by leading them safely into and out of enemy-held territory"
adventuresome, adventurous - willing to undertake or seeking out new and daring enterprises; "adventurous pioneers"; "the risks and gains of an adventuresome economy"
fearless, unafraid - oblivious of dangers or perils or calmly resolute in facing them
bold - fearless and daring; "bold settlers on some foreign shore"; "a bold speech"; "a bold adventure"
resolute - firm in purpose or belief; characterized by firmness and determination; "stood resolute against the enemy"; "faced with a resolute opposition"; "a resolute and unshakeable faith"

courageous

courageous

adjective
Translations
odvážný
modig
rohkea
hrabar
hugrakkur
勇気のある
용감한
pogumen
modig
กล้าหาญ
can đảm

courageous

[kəˈreɪdʒəs] ADJvaliente, valeroso

courageous

[kəˈreɪdʒəs] adj [person, action] → courageux/euse

courageous

adjmutig; (= with courage of convictions)couragiert

courageous

[kəˈreɪdʒəs] adjcoraggioso/a

courage

(ˈkaridʒ) , ((American) ˈkə:-) noun
the quality that makes a person able to meet dangers without fear; bravery. It took courage to sail the Atlantic singlehanded.
courageous (kəˈreidʒəs) adjective
having courage. a courageous soldier.
couˈrageously adverb

courageous

مِقْدام odvážný modig mutig θαρραλέος valeroso rohkea courageux hrabar coraggioso 勇気のある 용감한 moedig modig odważny corajoso отважный modig กล้าหาญ yürekli can đảm 有胆量的

courageous

a. valiente, valeroso-a.
References in classic literature ?
She became obsessed with the thought that it wanted but a courageous act on her part to make all of her association with people some- thing quite different, and that it was possible by such an act to pass into a new life as one opens a door and goes into a room.
And, moreover, to succeed, the artist must possess the courageous soul.
Astonishment soon changed to admiration, and they passed on to other and less courageous victims, openly expressing their satisfaction at the firmness with which the white warrior sang his death song.
or else her earnest scowl disturbed his recollection, as it might a more courageous man's.
The firm tower, that is Ahab; the volcano, that is Ahab; the courageous, the undaunted, and victorious fowl, that, too, is Ahab; all are Ahab; and this round gold is but the image of the rounder globe, which, like a magician's glass, to each and every man in turn but mirrors back his own mysterious self.
One of the most courageous of the party followed Tom, and, the way being thus made, the whole party began pushing up the rock,--the hindermost pushing the front ones faster than they would have gone of themselves.
How the trampers might have behaved, had the young ladies been more courageous, must be doubtful; but such an invitation for attack could not be resisted; and Harriet was soon assailed by half a dozen children, headed by a stout woman and a great boy, all clamorous, and impertinent in look, though not absolutely in word.
Much more surprising things can happen to any one who, when a disagreeable or discouraged thought comes into his mind, just has the sense to remember in time and push it out by putting in an agreeable determinedly courageous one.
He sat by a newly-lighted wood fire (the blighted and unfruitful year was prematurely cold), and on his honest and courageous face there was a deeper shade than the pendent lamp could throw, or any object in the room distortedly reflect--a shade of horror.
When little Em'ly grew more courageous, and talked(but still bashfully) across the fire to me, of our old wanderings upon the beach, to pick up shells and pebbles; and when I asked her if she recollected how I used to be devoted to her; and when we both laughed and reddened, casting these looks back on the pleasant old times, so unreal to look at now; he was silent and attentive, and observed us thoughtfully.
It is, I am convinced, an art apart, an art like any other,--needing first the natural gift, then the long patient training, and finally the courageous practice.
courageous Chief, The first in flight from pain, had'st thou alleg'd To thy deserted host this cause of flight, Thou surely hadst not come sole fugitive.