[ US /ˈbɹeɪvɝi/ ]
[ UK /bɹˈe‍ɪvəɹi/ ]
  1. feeling no fear
  2. a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear
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How To Use bravery In A Sentence

  • We have to make a definite move to cross over the boundary from cowardice to bravery.
  • The judge praised the firefighters for their bravery and devotion to duty.
  • Small boys waved their hands to us, the water-carrier carrying his tight goat-skin from the wells set his cups a-tinkling, as though by way of a God-speed, and then M'Barak touched his horse with the spur to induce the bravery of a caracole, and led us away from Djedida. Morocco
  • Test cricket can examine bravery, it can expose technical frailties, and it can take players into new territory. Times, Sunday Times
  • While SocGen management has called Kerviel a trader "without genius" who was "acting alone," French bloggers are touting his "lucidity" and bravery for standing up to a system that "brings up its shady dealings only when they are unfavorable to them. France’s New Anti-Hero
  • The Marine Corps is usually conservative in distributing medals, but the battles of March and April here are certain to bring a significant number of citations for bravery, officials said.
  • She was the first sniffer dog to be killed in the conflict and was commended for bravery. The Sun
  • Bravery also requires recognizing when standing up to these threats is reasonable and appropriate, and it requires acting on one's recognition.
  • He reached high rank and for bravery was made a Hero of the Soviet Union.
  • When the war ended, they were awarded the George Cross for bravery.
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