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Pronunciation:

[k_ˈʌ_ɹ_ɪ_dʒ], [kˈʌɹɪd͡ʒ], [kˈʌɹɪd‍ʒ]
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Synonyms for Courage:

bravery (noun) courage (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Courage:

  • corage,
  • carilage,
  • couage,
  • corageus,
  • couraging,
  • gourge,
  • corrageous,
  • ncourage,
  • coruage,
  • coverag,
  • carthrage,
  • cragi,
  • covberage,
  • charage,
  • covarge,
  • carrage,
  • corouge,
  • courge,
  • couragus,
  • craige,
  • brokrage,
  • orage,
  • coruge,
  • courgar,
  • coverige,
  • caraige,
  • couverage,
  • coure,
  • covrage,
  • couragoues,
  • covarage,
  • cooage,
  • burrage,
  • cariage,
  • acarage,
  • crosage,
  • dicourage,
  • cotage,
  • coveage,
  • gararage,
  • couradge,
  • courageto,
  • carraiage,
  • acrage,
  • couragues,
  • rougage,
  • gerage,
  • geoprge,
  • couras,
  • corrage,
  • couragess,
  • courange,
  • courageou,
  • dicurage,
  • cahrger,
  • courageaous,
  • courace,
  • coruce,
  • carrege,
  • ecourage,
  • porriage,
  • porage,
  • colage,
  • shorage,
  • covage,
  • courgae,
  • couarage,
  • cuage,
  • coveerage,
  • cerage,
  • couragoeus,
  • couge,
  • ackerage,
  • correc,
  • coberage,
  • couragouse,
  • gurage,
  • catoragy,
  • covreage,
  • crige,
  • guarage,
  • courrage,
  • chirag,
  • courageouly,
  • wncourage,
  • courege,
  • covergae,
  • accurage,
  • covearage,
  • courue,
  • couragoeous,
  • scourage,
  • couragious,
  • corege,
  • acrerage,
  • rockridge,
  • carrraige,
  • gaerage,
  • urage,
  • caurage,
  • cairrage,
  • coarage,
  • gourage,
  • couragous,
  • corsadge,
  • grage,
  • corrigir,
  • carage,
  • foorage,
  • carege,
  • coverege,
  • couarge,
  • correvc,
  • coulege,
  • gorege,
  • coverrage,
  • agarage,
  • carraige,
  • corag,
  • couruse,
  • curege,
  • coolage,
  • couraged,
  • crouege,
  • corverage,
  • morage,
  • courase,
  • bourage,
  • coerage,
  • coureged,
  • courageuos,
  • corages,
  • corruaged,
  • curage,
  • gragae,
  • corgage,
  • covereage,
  • collarge,
  • chrage,
  • grarage,
  • covearge,
  • sorage,
  • cokkege,
  • gasrage,
  • cahrge,
  • collrge,
  • corporage,
  • corucopia,
  • coliage,
  • covorage,
  • gorage,
  • courgage,
  • coresage,
  • cribage,
  • garuage,
  • surage,
  • gaurage,
  • carange,
  • conerage,
  • currage,
  • garrage,
  • courageious,
  • courageos,
  • gagrage,
  • courages,
  • carradge,
  • gprage,
  • coveraage,
  • courrse,
  • couraage,
  • coursage,
  • coeverage,
  • courag,
  • copverage,
  • curagess,
  • caurrage,
  • gfarage,
  • courageus,
  • coverarge,
  • cgarge,
  • georage,
  • guraged,
  • cargarage,
  • covarege,
  • porrage,
  • coureagous,
  • couran,
  • dgarage,
  • bokerage,
  • cairige,
  • cathrage,
  • cgharge,
  • corregragh,
  • couleage,
  • corsaque,
  • corsgae,
  • cootage,
  • couargae,
  • couragge,
  • courige,
  • cuorage,
  • curige,
  • curoge,
  • ourage,
  • couregeous,
  • courire,
  • coverage4,
  • cverage,
  • gaarage,
  • gafrage,
  • pourige,
  • surcahrge.

Rhymes for Courage:

  1. encourage;

Quotes for Courage:

  1. Then there is a still higher type of courage the courage to brave pain, to live with it, to never let others know of it and to still find joy in life; to wake up in the morning with an enthusiasm for the day ahead. Howard Cosell.
  2. Wait for the Lord. Behave yourself manfully, and be of good courage Do not be faithless, but stay in your place and do not turn back. Thomas Kempis.
  3. Anyone can support a team that is winning- it takes no courage But to stand behind a team to defend a team when it is down and really needs you, that takes a lot of courage Bart Starr.

Idioms of Courage:

  1. pluck up sm's courage
  2. have the courage of one's convictions;
  3. have the courage of your convictions;

Adjectives for Courage:

  • alert, indomitable,
  • indisputable physical,
  • insanely peaceful,
  • hardy, fierce,
  • ripe and grave,
  • naked, passive,
  • literally idolized,
  • enough impetuous,
  • cool and decisive,
  • mindless but admirable,
  • splendid reckless,
  • fierce, indestructible,
  • enough foolhardy,
  • arrogant false,
  • pathetic and humble,
  • suicidal dutch,
  • extravagant and adventurous,
  • indubitable happy,
  • stand-off, fake,
  • gallant and piteous,
  • absolute fearless,
  • individual,
  • stubborn, lifelong,
  • utter, faultless,
  • raw and irrational,
  • senseless, crazy,
  • own inspirational,
  • pure nerveless,
  • breezy religious,
  • quiet but indomitable,
  • chivalrous and steady,
  • serene and high,
  • invincible and indomitable,
  • robust and dauntless,
  • high, dauntless,
  • admirable tough,
  • obstinate, unconquerable,
  • possess-moral,
  • high and almost boyish,
  • stark and desperate,
  • nobler moral,
  • far nobler moral,
  • daring bulldog,
  • cool self-sacrificing,
  • victorious virtuous,
  • calm, helpful,
  • certain dauntless,
  • zeal and fresh,
  • vindictive indomitable,
  • steady indomitable,
  • zeal and inexhaustible,
  • steady and adventurous,
  • faithful more,
  • signal and persistent,
  • cool, invincible,
  • absurd cool,
  • gallant, simple,
  • desperate, uneasy,
  • pasqual human,
  • sudden new-found,
  • cold and purely philosophical,
  • undaunted, desperate,
  • form moral,
  • highest form moral,
  • individual high-minded,
  • finer, steadier,
  • rare and natural,
  • enough panicky,
  • cold physical,
  • inspiring false,
  • noble and equal,
  • reckless, romantic,
  • cunning and shrewd,
  • steadfast and lofty,
  • meek but pious,
  • countless and indescribable,
  • downright british,
  • cool, ready,
  • new reckless,
  • young, physical,
  • curious fictitious,
  • obstinate, heroic,
  • sufficient civic,
  • indomitable personal,
  • restless, youthful,
  • late, greater,
  • sufficient revolutionary,
  • buoyant youthful,
  • impartial and impersonal,
  • usual adventurous,
  • independent and abstract,
  • rewarding extraordinary,
  • tight, sweet,
  • desperate, solitary,
  • sternly silent,
  • great confessional,
  • strange indomitable,
  • rational, religious,
  • impulsive and impetuous,
  • indeed moral,
  • zeal and unflinching,
  • moral nor political,
  • steadfast, gentle,
  • daring, dauntless,
  • amazing and persistent,
  • wonderful calm,
  • cool and intelligent,
  • strange, such,
  • enough desperate,
  • high, defiant,
  • slow stubborn,
  • imply physical,
  • calm and sublime,
  • calm, bold,
  • grim and quiet,
  • difficult and extraordinary,
  • quiet, proud,
  • forever unknown,
  • resolute and stern,
  • bold and prudent,
  • cool, stern,
  • fresh, fresh,
  • daring, unscrupulous,
  • steady unflinching,
  • sheer, cold,
  • less inflexible,
  • splendid irish,
  • odd, bright,
  • plain raw,
  • undeniable physical,
  • hardy, adventurous,
  • blind fierce,
  • astonishing intellectual,
  • always due,
  • sometimes terrifying,
  • fine keen,
  • quiet, serene,
  • strong and silent,
  • old splendid,
  • customary quiet,
  • same tremulous,
  • thy steadfast,
  • re-animated,
  • bright, loving,
  • own audacious,
  • usual romantic,
  • steady, unflinching,
  • high chivalrous,
  • cool, confident,
  • less foolish,
  • rare bright,
  • already fine,
  • fine youthful,
  • better thy,
  • blind, unthinking,
  • usual proud,
  • stubborn british,
  • conspicuous personal,
  • persistent high,
  • former gay,
  • slightly defiant,
  • blind and desperate,
  • clear steady,
  • such temperate,
  • perhaps true,
  • sober and religious,
  • sad, desperate,
  • romantic and chivalrous,
  • splendid political,
  • admirable moral,
  • old impetuous,
  • mild, calm,
  • calm deliberate,
  • same unselfish,
  • more innate,
  • simply beautiful,
  • high and brilliant,
  • avoided personal,
  • well-known but careful,
  • immovable, shockproof,
  • evil or great,
  • cold and unreasonable,
  • cool, brassy,
  • lean, insolent,
  • much heedless,
  • tough uncomplaining,
  • transcendental male,
  • early brash,
  • fierce and sublime,
  • noble and desolate,
  • bright, dauntless,
  • individual or comparative,
  • unflinching intellectual,
  • noble and stubborn,
  • desperate frenzied,
  • old steadfast,
  • tenacious and uncomplaining,
  • literally dauntless,
  • fearful, fresh,
  • ignoble physical,
  • little self-reliant,
  • sovereign, personal,
  • ample animal,
  • sufficient fictitious,
  • monstrous and amazing,
  • vehement bull-headed,
  • defiant animal,
  • splendid, impetuous,
  • old, self-reliant,
  • ever generous and unselfish,
  • calm, exalted,
  • typical and difficult,
  • associate great,
  • unending bright,
  • zeal, sublime,
  • fine, awesome,
  • common-sense and abundant,
  • subtle, cat-like,
  • extraordinary open,
  • moral and official,
  • unflinching and unarmed,
  • sometimes deserving,
  • excellent bold,
  • invincible, passive,
  • combative, aggressive,
  • cool but dauntless,
  • zeal, steadfast,
  • never dauntless,
  • fresh professional,
  • true but latent,
  • blind, red-blood,
  • resolute personal,
  • sullen, unyielding,
  • new deathless,
  • manly moral and physical,
  • seemingly undaunted,
  • generous, unthinking,
  • cool and skilled,
  • splendid, resilient,
  • daring and finer,
  • forth moral and physical,
  • delicate and steadfast,
  • ponderous, bumptious,
  • persistent, desperate,
  • cool and dauntless,
  • common and gregarious,
  • irrepressible and buoyant,
  • lofty self-sacrificing,
  • directly manifest,
  • inflexible virile,
  • steadfast, cool,
  • praiseworthy moral,
  • moral but physical,
  • infectious gay,
  • genuine, steady,
  • desperate, bloodthirsty,
  • obstinate gay,
  • extraordinary inborn,
  • incompatible, high,
  • native brilliant,
  • mere indomitable,
  • false illegitimate,
  • superb and incomprehensible,
  • high but unsteady,
  • proverbially desperate,
  • resolute and stubborn,
  • main, personal,
  • splendid, unassuming,
  • passive but permanent,
  • everywhere relentless,
  • rare and trusting,
  • fearless civic,
  • pathetic, energetic,
  • chivalrous and desperate,
  • undaunted revolutionary,
  • latent, indomitable,
  • rarer moral,
  • whole, comic,
  • common and moral,
  • stark, unflinching,
  • steadier personal,
  • superlative dutch,
  • unsuspected and surprising,
  • remarkable and confident,
  • pure, unflinching,
  • high and undaunted,
  • fiery warlike,
  • grim steady,
  • awake heroic,
  • dramatic but inflexible,
  • slightly dramatic but inflexible,
  • clean, instinctive,
  • easy and inborn,
  • fiery physical,
  • much clean-cut,
  • poor and secondhand,
  • average greater,
  • sublime and unreasonable,
  • cheery hopeful,
  • young and straightforward,
  • intrepid, daring,
  • enough wretched,
  • cheerful, willing and confident,
  • admirable and most unselfish,
  • fearless and gentle,
  • customary pugnacious,
  • cool and persistent,
  • tardy moral,
  • vehement new,
  • inflexible passive,
  • mad and blasphemous,
  • passionate and self-sacrificing,
  • cool stubborn,
  • supernatural, heroic,
  • splendid or quiet,
  • steadfast and desperate,
  • calm, reckless,
  • obstinate, inflexible,
  • requisite, animal,
  • sublime, dauntless,
  • resolute and magnanimous,
  • apparent and true,
  • cool, odd,
  • cool and conspicuous,
  • british indomitable,
  • ever british,
  • unflinching and defiant,
  • fearless, aggressive,
  • reckless, boastful,
  • least, moral and physical,
  • avail moral,
  • reckless and obstinate,
  • invincible, moral,
  • desperate, cold-blooded,
  • moral,
  • careless, optimistic,
  • undaunted personal,
  • reckless and humorous,
  • quiet and unsuspected,
  • bold and self-sacrificing,
  • splendid and self-sacrificing,
  • dauntless and undiminished,
  • fierce stubborn,
  • spurious desperate,
  • animal additional,
  • gay and stainless,
  • personal and judicial,
  • automatic, staggering,
  • heroic and almost reckless,
  • strange, fictitious,
  • fine futile,
  • desperate and awkward,
  • cheerful and unconquerable,
  • truest and most heroic,
  • splendid, pernicious,
  • calm and audacious,
  • imminent, firmer,
  • sudden and new-found,
  • desperate, unthinking,
  • astonishing light-hearted,
  • true stand-up,
  • peculiar, unconquerable,
  • cold and audacious,
  • gay and indomitable,
  • steadfast, indifferent,
  • stern self-reliant,
  • steady and unflagging,
  • predominantly warlike,
  • dauntless physical,
  • lilting, impudent,
  • furious, stubborn,
  • less nor more,
  • stubborn, stolid,
  • desperate, foolhardy,
  • dauntless, invincible,
  • daring, unflinching,
  • intrepid and ferocious,
  • busy nor young,
  • offensive false,
  • consummate physical,
  • perfect and self-sacrificing,
  • serious and serene,
  • undaunted and energetic,
  • desperate and hysterical,
  • simple constitutional,
  • true heroical,
  • amazing and desperate,
  • mystic and utter,
  • matchless moral,
  • fresh and dauntless,
  • fierce and adventurous,
  • undaunted and enterprising,
  • old-time indomitable,
  • almost improvident,
  • quite uncritical,
  • always superior,
  • heroic and cheerful,
  • perfect simple,
  • sullen passive,
  • strong inflexible,
  • graceful modest,
  • cool and steadfast,
  • uncommon political,
  • stolidly stubborn,
  • self-denial and true,
  • rough, sullen,
  • new and yet newer,
  • steadfast, unflinching,
  • proper animal,
  • lion moral,
  • brutal bulldog,
  • strange, fanatical,
  • great reckless,
  • high and unswerving,
  • calm and dauntless,
  • unfailing personal,
  • dauntless moral,
  • cool, unyielding,
  • bold, dauntless,
  • calm and undaunted,
  • other, sober,
  • stern and uncomplaining,
  • willing and confident,
  • headstrong, willful,
  • bright, infectious,
  • abrupt, quick,
  • cheerful, dauntless,
  • strong, self-sacrificing,
  • steady, immovable,
  • ready and steady,
  • sheer undaunted,
  • again moral,
  • malicious and inhuman,
  • desperate and adventurous,
  • splendid but useless,
  • proud, undaunted,
  • hapless but noble,
  • frank and valiant,
  • sturdy everyday,
  • civilized barbarous,
  • cool undaunted,
  • calm, desperate,
  • lofty feminine,
  • unparalleled moral,
  • primitive fierce,
  • unmistakable moral,
  • boundless, indomitable,
  • chiefly clear,
  • wonderful new-found,
  • wild forlorn,
  • vain high,
  • calm, self-sacrificing,
  • adequate or sufficient,
  • it—real,
  • new, reckless,
  • grim, cool,
  • frail, feminine,
  • usual persistent,
  • swift transient,
  • splendid, chivalrous,
  • cheerful and fearless,
  • flawless physical,
  • spiritual or political,
  • zeal and new,
  • unfailing and unflinching,
  • cool intrepid,
  • back true,
  • else moral,
  • cold, sheer,
  • common steadfast,
  • selfish, false,
  • cool and stubborn,
  • despairing, defiant,
  • soft, grand,
  • customary practical,
  • aggressive physical,
  • free generous,
  • noble feminine,
  • cool contemptuous,
  • strong and dauntless,
  • direct, young,
  • romantic and desperate,
  • less abiding,
  • heroic moral,
  • serene and dauntless,
  • grim, steady,
  • resolute and cheerful,
  • fiery, aggressive,
  • serene and flawless,
  • great passive,
  • natural and wild,
  • necessary, sufficient,
  • wild heroic,
  • true, deeper,
  • sheer indomitable,
  • desperate and glorious,
  • old unbroken,
  • astounding spiritual,
  • high and sanguine,
  • fearless and undaunted,
  • stern, moral,
  • daring and stubborn,
  • boisterous animal,
  • deep, immovable,
  • incredible personal,
  • calm and unflinching,
  • personal female,
  • whimsically affectionate,
  • splendid and fearless,
  • slightly apocryphal,
  • innate, natural,
  • always notable,
  • obstinate and heroic,
  • sheer, indomitable,
  • fine, gay,
  • somewhat foolhardy,
  • high and steadfast,
  • fundamental and terrible,
  • daring political,
  • new and reckless,
  • forth moral,
  • spasmodical,
  • consummate human,
  • calm and consistent,
  • much unsuspected,
  • always desperate,
  • desperate and resolute,
  • undeniable moral,
  • wonderfully inspiring,
  • open, defiant,
  • zeal and indomitable,
  • desperate and frantic,
  • noble democratic,
  • singular feminine,
  • fine stoical,
  • amazingly steady,
  • fine, stern,
  • splendid savage,
  • old undaunted,
  • hitherto noisy,
  • calm and generous,
  • certain stark,
  • new desperate,
  • wrong, much,
  • energetic and reckless,
  • calm great,
  • excessive animal,
  • high and cheerful,
  • also singular,
  • high and persistent,
  • faint, momentary,
  • unlimited natural,
  • fine humorous,
  • stern and steadfast,
  • deep and magnificent,
  • natural buoyant,
  • high and admirable,
  • daring and personal,
  • stupid and wasteful,
  • innocent, guileless,
  • splendid, reckless,
  • +moral,
  • inexorable moral,
  • big physical,
  • desperate but hopeless,
  • conspicuous moral,
  • clear, unflinching,
  • rousing new,
  • strangely prophetic,
  • thy feminine,
  • personal or moral,
  • alone ordinary,
  • amazing high,
  • cool, resourceful,
  • desperate dark,
  • less calm,
  • brave and bright,
  • still desperate,
  • high, sad,
  • unreasoning animal,
  • requisite moral,
  • fearless and indomitable,
  • slightly dramatic,
  • high and simple,
  • uncommon high,
  • truly supernatural,
  • grim human,
  • keen and spirited,
  • daring and enthusiastic,
  • zeal and ardent,
  • down moral,
  • early youthful,
  • same unflagging,
  • such stoical,
  • strong and quiet,
  • fierce and splendid,
  • resolute, intelligent,
  • certain commonplace,
  • other, true,
  • cheerful, joyous,
  • genial and cheerful,
  • cool, intelligent,
  • fresh, glad,
  • exuberant physical,
  • bold, undaunted,
  • fine careless,
  • serene and calm,
  • intrepid and daring,
  • certain acrid,
  • characteristic high,
  • daring and impetuous,
  • primitive moral,
  • resolute and persistent,
  • characteristic moral,
  • cool and intrepid,
  • thy spanish,
  • ample personal,
  • less innate,
  • natural and commendable,
  • steady, cool,
  • glorious and inspiring,
  • almost dreadful,
  • reckless personal,
  • own resourceful,
  • certain communal,
  • wholly unanticipated,
  • commonplace physical,
  • gay and confident,
  • desperate and fatal,
  • cool, careless,
  • calm intellectual,
  • high, stern,
  • physical nor moral,
  • certain stormy,
  • equally reckless,
  • calm and high,
  • entirely hopeless,
  • young, generous,
  • zeal and religious,
  • wonderfully cheerful,
  • simple, steadfast,
  • old magnificent,
  • usual fierce,
  • fine democratic,
  • truly martial,
  • inspiring new,
  • bold and undaunted,
  • almost apathetic,
  • true civil,
  • impetuous and fiery,
  • almost nerveless,
  • own intrepid,
  • ever noble,
  • fierce martial,
  • thy useless,
  • utmost intellectual,
  • ever generous,
  • own staunch,
  • real civil,
  • usual admirable,
  • quick cool,
  • brave, cheerful,
  • now native,
  • young lusty,
  • slow, stubborn,
  • rather fiery,
  • fresh local,
  • scarce sufficient,
  • absurd, impossible,
  • peculiar feminine,
  • own conspicuous,
  • more dauntless,
  • own unconquerable,
  • natural personal,
  • noble, disinterested,
  • sudden and curious,
  • calm, unflinching,
  • fierce and indomitable,
  • exalted personal,
  • old dauntless,
  • splendid moral,
  • moral,
  • deep and splendid,
  • brave true,
  • daring and resolute,
  • cool, cynical,
  • rare moral,
  • fierce passionate,
  • rarest and choicest,
  • rather moral,
  • defective moral,
  • quite astounding,
  • cool calm,
  • sheer remorseless,
  • unyielding, boundless,
  • irrepressible personal,
  • hopeless, dazzling,
  • false, foolhardy,
  • belligerent, contagious,
  • raw, hot-blooded,
  • sheer, dauntless,
  • insanely ferocious,
  • unreasoning, desperate,
  • hopeless, magnificent,
  • singularly cool and imperturbable,
  • soul physical,
  • thankful undaunted,
  • next, moral,
  • zeal and daring,
  • natural invincible,
  • holy zeal and invincible,
  • wonderful and stubborn,
  • unreasoning, reckless,
  • stern and matchless,
  • resolute, silent,
  • reckless and audacious,
  • stubborn, dour,
  • sufficient virtuous,
  • animal, animal,
  • cool, tenacious,
  • enviable moral,
  • wonderful steadfast,
  • quietly reckless,
  • bolder thy,
  • cheery, invincible,
  • certain foolhardy,
  • quiet but noble,
  • courage moral,
  • undaunted moral,
  • much dutch,
  • zeal and invincible,
  • madly heroic,
  • modest and serene,
  • stubborn, indomitable,
  • self-denial and moral,
  • vague, hopeful,
  • own unflinching,
  • infamous, ignoble,
  • superb moral,
  • splendid and reckless,
  • sublime and philosophical,
  • calm and constant,
  • usual heroic,
  • raw and naked,
  • singularly cool,
  • unconquerable british,
  • gay, debonair,
  • high and fearless,
  • daring, such,
  • almost foolhardy,
  • usual tremendous,
  • high and daring,
  • sheer, wanton,
  • full devout,
  • unusual moral,
  • natural constitutional,
  • ordinary episcopal,
  • blind and savage,
  • physical,
  • steady moral,
  • daring and defiant,
  • cool and sensible,
  • thy hardy,
  • certain grandiose,
  • such apostolic,
  • simple, terrible,
  • matchless military,
  • cold, stark,
  • such crazed,
  • holy zeal,
  • thy towering,
  • true moorish,
  • such long-range,
  • such defiant,
  • such pre-eminent,
  • sheer moral,
  • wholly unwarranted,
  • highest physical,
  • calm and steadfast,
  • wonderful personal,
  • such fearless,
  • own resolute,
  • same pitiless,
  • same immovable,
  • mysterious spiritual,
  • same impetuous,
  • such faultless,
  • high and haughty,
  • wise flawed,
  • welcome, aromatic,
  • less but admirable,
  • steady frank,
  • cool and impassable,
  • unquestioned physical,
  • zeal, new,
  • daring and steadfast,
  • unflinching personal,
  • lifelong, reliable,
  • past undaunted,
  • mysterious, intrepid,
  • same stout-hearted,
  • amazing, pathetic,
  • ample moral,
  • kepler moral,
  • obstinate and tenacious,
  • heftiest moral,
  • courage physical,
  • much courage physical,
  • blind and obtuse,
  • certain crass,
  • sudden outspoken,
  • much unflinching,
  • desperate and ferocious,
  • stark grim,
  • quiet stoical,
  • hardy fierce,
  • horrid and savage,
  • vaunted human,
  • exalted and refined,
  • cool and desperate,
  • doubtful personal,
  • usual unfailing,
  • staunch and steadfast,
  • cool, inflexible,
  • political and common,
  • often impulsive,
  • unquestionable personal,
  • high and resolute,
  • moral nor physical,
  • stark mad,
  • hearty, cheery,
  • more indomitable,
  • cool, resolute,
  • violent, desperate,
  • desperate, reckless,
  • rarest and highest,
  • thy dauntless,
  • reckless, daring,
  • desperate personal,
  • remarkable moral,
  • more undaunted,
  • fine personal,
  • noble and proud,
  • enough liquid,
  • high physical,
  • utterly reckless,
  • same invincible,
  • usual impetuous,
  • personal and moral,
  • good, tough,
  • desperate and reckless,
  • strong general,
  • single desperate,
  • masculine but mirthless,
  • uncommon moral,
  • astonishing hot-blooded,
  • proud contemptuous,
  • old matchless,
  • unflinching, dauntless,
  • impetuous, heroic,
  • unquestioned personal,
  • stubborn, wicked,
  • calm, unclouded,
  • straight raw,
  • comical criminal,
  • daring and dauntless,
  • stout and unflinching,
  • magnificent moral,
  • high, calm,
  • hopeful, hopeless,
  • silent, desperate,
  • high animal,
  • infinite personal,
  • same dauntless,
  • same intrepid,
  • fierce and obstinate,
  • cool and daring,
  • desperate and daring,
  • such unflinching,
  • together sufficient,
  • grave, steady,
  • pure, perfect,
  • dandiacal,
  • more intrepid,
  • tremendous personal,
  • such brazen,
  • remarkable physical,
  • scant individual,
  • shy, social,
  • animal and constitutional,
  • masculine and obstinate,
  • almost hare-brained,
  • generous stout,
  • dauntless personal,
  • appalling logical,
  • calm, self-confident,
  • manly moral,
  • reliable and useful,
  • steadfast moral,
  • own undaunted,
  • thy vaunted,
  • such commendable,
  • daring and enterprising,
  • wonderful moral,
  • exceptional physical,
  • ordinary moral,
  • considerably physical,
  • calm moral,
  • sudden, sympathetic,
  • impetuous and chivalrous,
  • quite brutal,
  • brilliant and desperate,
  • same undaunted,
  • calm, steadfast,
  • ordinary animal,
  • fierce angry,
  • such intrepid,
  • little liquid,
  • immense moral,
  • highest personal,
  • also high,
  • greater physical,
  • such matchless,
  • splendid physical,
  • enough personal,
  • own calm,
  • indomitable moral,
  • queer giddy,
  • natural high,
  • such dauntless,
  • active moral,
  • innocent and simple,
  • moral and personal,
  • usual dauntless,
  • cool and undaunted,
  • fierce impatient,
  • such steadfast,
  • much cool,
  • simple and pure,
  • greatest personal,
  • unflinching moral,
  • own dauntless,
  • considerable moral,
  • certain desperate,
  • cool, deliberate,
  • great and stout,
  • such indomitable,
  • such invincible,
  • less moral,
  • strange and peculiar,
  • sure such,
  • such unyielding,
  • sublime moral,
  • true dutch,
  • cool, unflinching,
  • rather fresh,
  • high personal,
  • almost reckless,
  • much plain,
  • brilliant personal,
  • special arrogant,
  • strong moral,
  • own indomitable,
  • little dutch,
  • enough moral,
  • greater moral,
  • such undaunted,
  • cool, calm,
  • same indomitable,
  • extraordinary personal,
  • mere animal,
  • true moral,
  • almost superhuman,
  • little moral,
  • much moral,
  • unabated,
  • more moral,
  • high moral,
  • bulldog,
  • sufficient moral,
  • great moral,
  • foolhardy,
  • physical and moral,
  • moral and physical,
  • great personal,
  • steadfast,
  • intrepid,
  • invincible,
  • unflinching,
  • reckless,
  • heroic,
  • dauntless,
  • undaunted,
  • indomitable,
  • desperate,
  • sufficient,
  • physical,
  • moral.
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