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Hear the word “courage,” and you probably think of physical bravery, but there are many other forms of bravery – after all, bravery is not the absence of fear but a triumph over fear. Taking a chance when others will not, following your vision no matter where it takes you, standing up for what you believe in, especially when your beliefs are unpopular, or simply doing the right thing even though more accessible options exist – all forms of bravery.

Look at this list and see how many apply to you – and how many you want work to make sure can apply to you in the future.



Meaning : Possessing or showing courage or determination. It is derived from Latin valere meaning “be strong”.

We should never forget the sacrifices made during the Second World War, nor the lives lost as part of a vital and valiant struggle.

Despite a decided lack of knowledge of the rules of the sport they played a valiant game.



Meaning: Great courage in the face of danger , especially in battle
The noun form is valour.

In men, the scars often indicate social standing or physical ordeals of individual valour.

The young girls made a remarkable display of vigour and valour.

One risks lives to retrieve the dead bodies of one’s 


Meaning: Courageous behavior especially in battle

As with the Irish-born in 1871 several of the twenty-nine won medals for outstanding gallantry.
Polite attention or respect given by men to women
At least he had enough manners and gallantry to perform that small action.



Meaning : having or showing determined courage in face of difficulties

But seconds later the plucky rider had regained her composure and remounted her animal.
Being both a princess and plucky, she not only survived all this but grew up to become a great and resplendent Queen.



Meaning: admirably purposeful, determined and unwavering

He was resolute in his fight to uphold liberal values.

We were simply a resolute group of people determined to make the very best of a very bad deal.



Meaning: full of spirit and courage; lively

Their horses were beasts of burden, not mettlesome chargers, and during the British civil wars cost half as much as proper cavalry horses.

He was a vigorous and mettlesome man who loved a yarn.


Meaning : showing courage and resolve

John produced a gritty performance just to finish, when others were falling about him.

His story is partly one of gritty determination, perfectionism and hard work.




Meaning: showing fearlessness and determination

The books carry the message of hope and the strength of a dauntless spirit that challenges all odds.

After months of dauntless determination, the rover is now on the last leg of the hike.




Meaning: strongly built and sturdy

By now, those New Year’s resolutions you so stalwartly made may be fading like bad rouge.

Her stalwart support has seen her raise more than a thousand pound every year for the society.



Meaning : fearless; adventurous
An intrepid adventurer will persist all the way to the end of the line.
Luckily, we have some brave and intrepid reviewers who are willing to take a stand.