valour


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val·our

 (văl′ər)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of valor.

valour

(ˈvælə) or

valor

n
courage or bravery, esp in battle
[C15: from Late Latin valor, from valēre to be strong]
ˈvalorous adj
ˈvalorously adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.valour - the qualities of a hero or heroinevalour - 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"
braveness, bravery, courage, courageousness - a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear

valour

noun bravery, courage, heroism, spirit, boldness, gallantry, derring-do (archaic), fearlessness, intrepidity, doughtiness, lion-heartedness He was decorated for valour in the war.
fear, cowardice, timidity, weakness, dread, trepidation
Translations
شَجاعَه
udatnost
modtapperhed
hugrekki
bezbailībadrosme
udatnosť
cesaretyiğitlik

valour

valor (US) [ˈvæləʳ] N (frm) → valor m, valentía f

valour

[ˈvælər] (British) valor (US) ncourage m

valour

, (US) valor
n (liter)Heldenmut m (liter), → Tapferkeit f

valour

[ˈvæləʳ] valor (Am) n (liter) → valore m (coraggio)

valour

(ˈvӕlə) noun
courage or bravery, especially in battle. He displayed his valour on the battlefield.
References in classic literature ?
In conclusion, in mercenaries dastardy is most dangerous; in auxiliaries, valour.
There is a type of manly valour; but valour in a woman, or unscrupulous cleverness, is inappropriate.
I will prevent it," said the gentleman; and going over to Don Quixote, who was insisting upon the keeper's opening the cages, he said to him, "Sir knight, knights-errant should attempt adventures which encourage the hope of a successful issue, not those which entirely withhold it; for valour that trenches upon temerity savours rather of madness than of courage; moreover, these lions do not come to oppose you, nor do they dream of such a thing; they are going as presents to his Majesty, and it will not be right to stop them or delay their journey.