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dough·ty

 (dou′tē)
adj. dough·ti·er, dough·ti·est
Marked by stouthearted courage; brave.

[Middle English, from Old English dohtig; see dheugh- in Indo-European roots.]

dough′ti·ly adv.
dough′ti·ness n.

doughty

(ˈdaʊtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
hardy; resolute
[Old English dohtig; related to Old High German toht worth, Middle Dutch duchtich strong, Greek tukhē luck]
ˈdoughtily adv
ˈdoughtiness n

Doughty

(ˈdaʊtɪ)
n
(Biography) Charles Montagu. 1843–1926, English writer and traveller; author of Travels in Arabia Deserta (1888)

dough•ty

(ˈdaʊ ti)

adj. -ti•er, -ti•est.
courageous and resolute; valiant.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English dohtig worthy <*doht worth (c. Old High German toht)]
dough′ti•ly, adv.
dough′ti•ness, n.

Dough•ty

(ˈdaʊ ti)

n.
Charles Montagu, 1843–1926, English traveler and writer.
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doughty

adjective (Old-fashioned) intrepid, brave, daring, bold, hardy, heroic, courageous, gritty, fearless, resolute, gallant, valiant, redoubtable, dauntless, valorous, stouthearted doughty campaigns for the underprivileged

doughty

adjective
Translations

doughty

[ˈdaʊtɪ] ADJ (doughtier (compar) (doughtiest (superl))) [person] → valiente, esforzado; [deed] → hazañoso

doughty

adj (liter)kühn, tapfer

doughty

[ˈdaʊtɪ] adj (-tier (comp) (-tiest (superl))) (old) → valoroso/a
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But they always parted with an increased regard for one another, and each desired no doughtier comrade when it was necessary to voyage for a little past the emotions.
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Doughtier enemies sometimes put up a longer fight; and they often save their skins and turn into allies by accepting A.