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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbraverybrav‧e‧ry /ˈbreɪvəri/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  CONFIDENTactions, behaviour, or an attitude that shows courage and confidence syn courage opp cowardice an act of great bravery
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braveryIn 1944, he won the Military Cross for bravery.He had already been decorated for bravery.After the war, my uncle was awarded a medal for bravery.When she had been there for about six weeks she received the Medical Superintendent's recommendation for her bravery.Gina surprised us all with her bravery and endurance.Tales of his bravery could be heard in every village from Bikaner to Kota.She was still at an age when honour, bravery and loyalty outweigh results.I had wanted to prove my bravery, but I failed, because to them I was only an unimportant little creature.This lad, twenty minutes before, stood in the ranks full of bravery and life.And it is surely dying from cancer with dignity which requires bravery.It was an act of the utmost bravery and disregard for personal safety.
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