courageousness


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.courageousness - a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fearcourageousness - a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear
spirit - a fundamental emotional and activating principle determining one's character
mettle, nerve, spunk, heart - the courage to carry on; "he kept fighting on pure spunk"; "you haven't got the heart for baseball"
gallantry, heroism, valiance, valiancy, valor, valorousness, valour - the qualities of a hero or heroine; exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger (especially in battle); "he showed great heroism in battle"; "he received a medal for valor"
dauntlessness, intrepidity - resolute courageousness
Dutch courage - courage resulting from intoxication
stoutheartedness - the trait of having a courageous spirit
fearlessness - the trait of feeling no fear
fortitude - strength of mind that enables one to endure adversity with courage

courageousness

noun
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The first time Stubb lowered with him, Pip evinced much nervousness; but happily, for that time, escaped close contact with the whale; and therefore came off not altogether discreditably; though Stubb observing him, took care, afterwards, to exhort him to cherish his courageousness to the utmost, for he might often find it needful.
Synonyms: bravery, braveness, courage, courageousness, valor, valiance, intrepidity, intrepidness, boldness, daring, audacity, audaciousness, fearlessness, doughtiness, dauntlessness, pluck, indomitability, stout-heartedness, lionheartedness, backbone, spine, spirit, fortitude, mettle, gallantry, chivalry.
In the case of Stella, however, it took almost eight years for her courageousness to be recognised.
Assuming that freeing students' inhibitions unlocks writing skills, giving students an environment that encourages courageousness seems beneficial for language learning.
*Neuroticism - The tendency to experience negative emotional states such as fear, sadness, embarrassment, nervousness, anger, guilt, and hatred *Extraversion - An overall high-energy approach within the material and social world made up of traits such as sociability, activeness, assertiveness, and courageousness *Openness - The elements of an active imagination, an esthetic sense, attention to inner feelings, change-seeking, and intellectual curiosity *Agreeableness - Altruism, sympathizing with others, eagerness to help and believing in others being helpful *Conscientiousness - The power to control impulses in a way approved by society, facilitating goal-oriented behavior, reflection before action, delayed gratification, and adherence to rules and norms.
Ranjeet Singh drew the attention of his community men towards the artillery and also generated consciousness in them that the cause of the European's victory in the wars was not their courageousness but the steady fire from the gun which they could directly fire on the lines of enemy.
"The 2018 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award recipients are confronting some of the most complex and divisive issues of our time with a passion, determination, and courageousness that we can all admire and hope to emulate.
"We were impressed (by students') courageousness in pursuing degrees in VDP at a time when there were no cinemas in the Kingdom," Pearson said.
Jumblatt regretted the loss of French officer Arnault Beltrame in the attack, praising his courageousness and dedication in defending his country's security and sacrificing his life to save the hostages.
The biographies he has collected and told in this book are a phenomenal testament to the courageousness of the human spirit.
She expresses the courageousness of brave children who continue to fight a long battle with cancer, and how they become strong individuals who never give up on hope.