What is another word for nerveless?

Pronunciation: [nˈɜːvləs] (IPA)

Nerveless is an adjective that describes someone who is fearless or daring even in the face of danger. Synonyms for nerveless include bold, brave, courageous, daring, fearless, gallant, heroic, intrepid, plucky, and valiant. These words all convey a sense of courage and strength in different ways. For example, "bold" suggests a willingness to take risks, while "gallant" implies a chivalrous code of honor. "Intrepid" suggests a steadfast and determined bravery. No matter which synonym you use, they all describe someone who has the courage and fortitude to face their fears and overcome them.

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What are the hypernyms for Nerveless?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for nerveless?

Nerveless is a word commonly used to describe a person's lack of courage, confidence or composure in a given situation. Its antonyms, however, describe the exact opposite: brave, confident, bold, resolute, daring, intrepid, courageous, fearless, and gallant. These words evoke a sense of strength, determination, and self-assurance. These qualities are desirable in a variety of situations, from personal challenges to professional endeavors. Someone who demonstrates any of these qualities is typically seen as admirable and inspiring. It's essential to recognize the importance of these opposite traits essential in different situations to help us manage stress, overcome challenges, and achieve our goals.

Usage examples for Nerveless

Mitchel's prophecy of the fortune that a continental war might bring to Ireland seemed about to be fulfilled, unless the arm of Ireland should prove nerveless and impotent.
"The Evolution of Sinn Fein"
Robert Mitchell Henry
"Oh, yes, yes," she said eagerly, through her tears; "and he is so sorry, and he sent you these,"-she took the roses from her belt, her lover's roses, and thrust them into Melissa's nerveless grasp,-"and I-oh, I shall love you always!"
"Stories of the Foot-hills"
Margaret Collier Graham
She allowed her daughter to climb over her without moving, and when Parker appeared she wiped one long yellow hand on her apron, and gave it to him in a nerveless grasp.
"Stories of the Foot-hills"
Margaret Collier Graham

Famous quotes with Nerveless

  • The clangor of the swords had died away, the shouting of the slaughter was hushed; silence lay on the red-stained snow. The bleak pale sun that glittered so blindingly from the ice-fields and the snow-covered plains struck sheens of silver from rent corselet and broken blade, where the dead lay as they had fallen. The nerveless hand yet gripped the broken hilt; helmeted heads back-drawn in the death-throes, tilted red beards and golden beards grimly upward, as if in last invocation to Ymir the frost-giant, god of a warrior-race...
    Robert E. Howard
  • The day is past, and the moonbeams weep O'er the many that rest in their last cold sleep; Near to the gashed and the nerveless hand Is the pointless spear and the broken brand; The archer lies like an arrow spent, His shafts all loose and his bow unbent; Many a white plume torn and red, Bright curls rent from the graceful head, Helmet and breast-plate scattered around, Lie a fearful show on the well-fought ground; While the crow and the raven flock overhead To feed on the hearts of the helpless dead, Save when scared by the glaring eye Of some wretch in his last death agony.
    Letitia Elizabeth Landon
  • I had an interesting day's reading yesterday, with the sudden sensation of being in close contact with what I was reading. [...] But as for reading how curious it is: all these books, their lore of the ages, waiting to be embraced but usually slipping out of one's nerveless hands on to the floor. When one reads properly it is as if a third person is present.
    E. M. Forster

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Gnashed
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clinched, gnarly, knobbed, knotted, knotty, clenched, gnarled.