valiantly


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val·iant

 (văl′yənt)
adj.
Possessing or exhibiting valor; brave: a valiant knight; a valiant effort. See Synonyms at brave.

[Middle English, from Old French vaillant, from Latin valēns, valent-, present participle of valēre, to be strong; see wal- in Indo-European roots.]

val′ian·cy, val′iance, val′iant·ness n.
val′iant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.valiantly - with valorvaliantly - with valor; in a valiant manner; "he fought valiantly until the end"
Translations
بِشَجاعَه، بِبَسالَه
statečně
af hugrekki, hetjulega
yiğitçe

valiantly

[ˈvælɪəntlɪ] ADVvalientemente, con valor

valiantly

[ˈvæliəntli] adv (= bravely) → vaillamment

valiantly

adv
(liter)mutig, tapfer
he valiantly said he would help outer sagte großzügig seine Hilfe zu

valiantly

[ˈvæljəntlɪ] adv (liter) → coraggiosamente

valiant

(ˈvӕliənt) adjective
(of a person, his actions etc) brave, courageous or heroic. valiant deeds; He was valiant in battle.
ˈvaliantly adverb
References in classic literature ?
The king's cavaliers, in whose midst Phoebus de Châteaupers bore himself valiantly, gave no quarter, and the slash of the sword disposed of those who escaped the thrust of the lance.
To show what was my state, take the case of the very gentleman-like man whom I detected gazing fixedly at me, or so I thought, just as I had drawn valiantly near the door.
The Venetians, if their achievements are considered, will be seen to have acted safely and gloriously so long as they sent to war their own men, when with armed gentlemen and plebians they did valiantly.
I will do it with all my heart," said Comminges; "for I know who you are and what service you once performed for her majesty; I know, too, how dear to you is the young man who came so valiantly to my aid when that old rogue of a Broussel was arrested.
In Saint Stylites, the famous Christian hermit of old times, who built him a lofty stone pillar in the desert and spent the whole latter portion of his life on its summit, hoisting his food from the ground with a tackle; in him we have a remarkable instance of a dauntless stander-of-mast-heads; who was not to be driven from his place by fogs or frosts, rain, hail, or sleet; but valiantly facing everything out to the last, literally died at his post.
Give me a fair chance," said the beggar valiantly, "and I'll fight you all at once.
When they caught up with Rajah Muda Saffir near the beach, they narrated a fearful tale of fifty terrible white men with whom they had battled valiantly, killing many, before they had been compelled to retreat in the face of terrific odds.
They continued valiantly to lie, but the truth continued to outrun them.
But Jerry aided valiantly and well, adding to Nalasu's acute hearing his own acuter hearing, circling noiselessly about the house and reporting where the attack pressed closest.
The cub felt the prod of the life that was in him, and stood up and snarled valiantly by his mother's side.
They wanted interesting subjects; variety, resemblance to nature; genuineness of the article, and fresh paint; they had no ancestors whose feelings, as founders of galleries, it was necessary to consult; no critical gentlemen and writers of valuable works to snub them when they were in spirits; nothing to lead them by the nose but their own shrewdness, their own interests, and their own tastes--so they turned their backs valiantly on the Old Masters, and marched off in a body to the living men.
But I expected better things of you, Anne," said Miss Cornelia, more in sorrow than in wrath; then she proceeded to bombard Anne with precisely the same arguments with which the latter had attacked Gilbert; and Anne valiantly defended her husband with the weapons he had used for his own protection.