courage


courage
01. It takes a lot of [courage] to admit your mistakes.
02. The soldiers fought [courageously] to defend their fallen leader.
03. I think it was very [courageous] of her to tell her boss to stop harassing her like that.
04. He is a bully, and only has enough [courage] to fight children much smaller than himself.
05. In the movie of "The Wizard of Oz," the one thing the lion wanted was [courage].
06. The little girl gathered up all her [courage], and then demanded that the school bully stop teasing her brother.
07. He is a very [courageous] leader, and is respected by all his men.
08. Channing Pollock once joked that no man in the world has more [courage] than the man who can stop after eating one peanut.
09. Edward Rickenbacker once observed that [courage] is doing what you're afraid to do. There can be no [courage] unless you're scared.
10. Someone once noted that caution is not cowardice, and carelessness is not [courage].
11. There is a Corsican proverb which observes that [courage] cannot be bought at the inn.
12. There is a Spanish proverb which observes that in the face of love and death, [courage] is useless.
13. In Sparta in the 4th century, men over the age of 20 were required to eat a kilo of meat per day to give them [courage].
14. Confucius once remarked that to see what is right, and not to do it is want of [courage].
15. Rick Hansen once remarked that if you have a dream, and have the [courage] to try, great things can be accomplished.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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