What is another word for valorously?

Pronunciation: [vˈaləɹəsli] (IPA)

Valorous is an adjective that describes someone who is brave, courageous, or heroic. Synonyms for valorously include boldly, fearlessly, gallantly, chivalrously, and dauntlessly. These words all emphasize the qualities of courage, determination, and strength in the face of adversity. Other synonyms for valorously include valiantly, heroically, nobly, resolutely, and intrepidly, which all connote a sense of great bravery and selflessness. Regardless of the specific word chosen, all these synonyms of valorously reflect the actions of someone who rises above their fears and demonstrates admirable fortitude and bravery, often in the face of great danger or adversity.

What are the hypernyms for Valorously?

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

What are the opposite words for valorously?

Valorously is an adverb that describes an action or behavior as brave or courageous. The antonyms for valorously would be words that describe actions or behaviors that are not brave, such as meekly, timidly, or cowardly. Meekly is defined as doing something in a submissive or compliant manner, without showing any resistance or assertiveness. Timidly means doing something without confidence or courage, showing fear or nervousness. Cowardly is characterized by a lack of courage or bravery, and is often associated with shameful or dishonorable behavior. By using antonyms for valorously, we can describe actions or behaviors that are the opposite of bravery.

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Usage examples for Valorously

The strongest political, social and local influences were brought to bear to bring them into the ranks, and the Missouri State Guard was formed, which was to fight valorously against the Government on many bitterly contested fields.
"The Struggle for Missouri"
John McElroy
Scores of garter-snakes had been his victims; once even a milk-snake had yielded up the ghost, and once-a great day that-he had seen a black-snake in the open and had assailed it valorously with stones hurled from a distance.
"A Man and a Woman"
Stanley Waterloo
Having rapidly taken notice of all this, I resumed the narrative of Sir Launcelot, which thus proceeded:- "And now, the champion, having escaped from the terrible fury of the dragon, bethinking himself of the brazen shield, and of the breaking up of the enchantment which was upon it, removed the carcass from out of the way before him, and approached valorously over the silver pavement of the castle to where the shield was upon the wall; which in sooth tarried not for his full coming, but fell down at his feet upon the silver floor, with a mighty great and terrible ringing sound."
"Selections From Poe"
J. Montgomery Gambrill

Famous quotes with Valorously

  • I shall not ever return to you, my pigs, because, at worst, to die valorously is better than to sleep out one's youth in the sun. A man has but one life. It is his all.I judge not, but am judged: and a man whose life has gone out of him, my pigs, is not even good bacon.
    James Branch Cabell

Related words: valor, valorousness, valiantly, valiance, valiantness, valiant, valiancy

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