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Adjective
/kəˈrājəs/,
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Not deterred by danger or pain; brave,
  1. Not deterred by danger or pain; brave
    • - her courageous human rights work

  1. brave: possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching; "Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring"- Herman Melville; "a frank courageous heart... ...
  2. (courageously) bravely: in a courageous manner; "bravely he went into the burning house"
  3. (courageousness) courage: a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear
  4. Courageous is an upcoming Christian drama film by Sherwood Pictures, scheduled for theatrical release in 2011. Filming is currently underway in Albany, Georgia by the creators of Flywheel, Facing the Giants, and Fireproof. ...
  5. Metamorphosis is the sixth album by California rock band Papa Roach. It was released by DGC/Interscope on March 24, 2009. ...
  6. Courageous is a 12-metre class yacht. It was the third boat to win the America's Cup twice, in 1974 and 1977, after Intrepid in 1967 and 1970, and Columbia in 1899 and 1901. All three of these boats won for the NYYC and thus the United States. ...
  7. Courage, also known as bravery, fortitude, will, and intrepidity, is the ability to confront fear, pain, risk/danger, uncertainty, or intimidation. ...
  8. (Courage (1930 film)) Courage is a drama film which was produced by Warner Bros. in 1929 and released early in 1930. The movie is based on a stage play of the same name by Tom Barry which was a hit on Broadway in 1928.
  9. (Courage (brewery)) Courage is a British brewery. The company is a branch of Scottish & Newcastle and officially called Scottish Courage.
  10. Of a person, displaying or possessing courage; Of an action, that requires courage
  11. (courage) The quality of a confident character not to be afraid or intimidated easily but without being incautious or inconsiderate; The ability to do things which one finds frightening; To encourage. [15th-17th c.]
  12. (courage) (noun) mental or moral strength to withstand danger and difficulties
  13. (COURAGE) "Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once." William Shakespeare
  14. (COURAGE) n.  Fear extinguisher.
  15. (Courage the Cowardly Dog): A fuschia dog that lives in perpetual fear. He was left in the care of Jack by Muriel as she left for some unknown reason. He helps rescue Bubbles from Mojo Jojo's monster. ...
  16. (Courage) (1) doing what you are afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you're afraid. (2) the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death. (3) a quality no one admits he lacks totally. (4) salvation. (5) the only virtue. /
  17. (Courage) A state of mind in which a person is able to face danger and fear with confidence and bravery.
  18. (Courage) Activated when character goes first in every round; i.e Filomena being played first against Skiner increases her damage by 4.
  19. (Courage) Borage, Mullein, Ragweed, Rose, Sweetpea, Tea, Thyme, Yarrow
  20. (Courage) Mk 15:43 See also Ex 14:8; Nu 33:3
  21. (Courage) One of the original warrior virtues, one that is shared by all warrior cultures, along with loyalty and prowess. To be courageous, it has been said, is doing the right thing regardless of cost; it is a condition of a strong soul rather than of a strong body. ...
  22. (Courage) The attitude of facing and dealing with anything recognized as dangerous, difficult or painful, instead of quitting or withdrqing from it, the quality of being brave or fearless; heart; spirit; valor.
  23. (Courage) Trying new or sometimes scary things in the water
  24. (Courage) a virtue which...in our context...pertains less to rare hero episodes and more to a state of being able to live life with an absence of fear. You live fearless because you have mastered the fear through your relationship with God through Jesus, gaining confidence and trust through faith.
  25. (Courage) is doing something you need to do that might get you hurt. -- Bobby Bowden