English version

doughty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdoughtydough‧ty /ˈdaʊti/ adjective [only before noun] literary 🔊 🔊 BRAVEbrave and determined
Examples from the Corpus
doughtySuffer the evil to come unto me, said doughty Alice.In committee she was a doughty and sometimes intimidating fighter.Our doughty competitors realised that was out of their reach, but the glamour still didn't fade.Those doughty editorial professionals at the Star have once again helped us avert a foolish mistake just in the nick of time!a doughty fighterBut it seemed to Thomas that she was too doughty for him, somehow, and the hat finished it.
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