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brave
bravery
  1. (usually uncountable) Being brave, courageousness.
  2. (countable) A brave act.
  3. Splendor, magnificence
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  5. Examples:
    1. “Against good international defences that takes nerve, bravery and no little skill.”
      “It can make us rude, abrupt and impatient, but it can also inspire us to tremendous courage, bravery and leadership.”
      “In the second place, men had to be brave and prove their bravery or manliness.”
bravado
  1. A swaggering show of defiance or courage.
  2. A false show of courage.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “One can admire his bravado in even attempting the project, but as a similar one-note Johnny would point out one day, a man has to realize his limitations.”
      “For all his bravado about running the Congress and being presidential timber, he remained uncertain about his political career.”
      “The fact that they snapped my washing line was a small price to play for such a display of bravado and skill.”
bravehood
braving
  1. A bravado; a boast.
braveness
  1. The characteristic of being brave.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “One often related story concerning her braveness as a baby and her own opinion of this quality of hers is this.”
      “The older I get, I'm trying to take this big, bold braveness and use my brain.”
      “A richly layered anti-realist film, it showed a real courage and braveness to explore and experiment formally.”
bravade
  1. Obsolete form of bravado.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Get thy wounds healed, purvey thee a better horse, and it may be I will hold it worth my while to scourge out of thee this boyish spirit of bravade.”
bravity
  1. (nonstandard, proscribed, rare) Synonym of braveness
braveheart
bravehearts
  1. plural of braveheart
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  3. Examples:
    1. “What have you done with the bravehearts, Where have you gone the Lionheart.”
      “Jumping off a cliff is indeed dangerous, but it's meant for bravehearts only.”
      “In the final quarter the Bravehearts fell apart, leaking in 21 points to lose the match.”
bravados
bravings
  1. plural of braving
bravadoes
braveries
braves
  1. plural of brave
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