Definition of Braveness

1. Noun. A quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear.




Definition of Braveness

1. n. The quality of state or being brave.

Definition of Braveness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being brave. ¹

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Definition of Braveness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Braveness

braunschweigers
brava
bravade
bravado
bravadoed
bravadoes
bravados
bravas
brave
brave new world
brave new worlds
brave out
braved
braveheart
bravely
braveness (current term)
bravenesses
braver
braveries
bravers
bravery
braves
bravest
bravi
braving
bravingly
bravings
bravissimo
bravo
bravoed

Literary usage of Braveness

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1. The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany (1844)
"The epithet lion-hearted conveys much more to the mind than the adjective brave ; for it expresses not mere braveness but lion-braveness : the lion being ..."

2. The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science (1844)
"It is true that the epithet expresses a high degree of braveness, and even surpasses what is expressed by the adverb very in the phrase, " a very brave man ..."

3. The Nucleation of the Uncontaminated Atmosphere by Carl Barus (1906)
"The woman kept on leading braveness. He followed her until she came to an old Buffalo cow and then they stopped, and braveness knew that she was the mother ..."

4. Traditions of the Caddo: Collected Under the Auspices of the Carnegie by George Amos Dorsey (1905)
"He gives braveness medicine root, which he is to throw behind him when one ... braveness leaves Buffalo long way behind at start, but they gain on him. ..."

5. I, Mary MacLane: A Diary of Human Days by Mary MacLane (1917)
"... often have a burning at the eyes and a fullness at the throat at the strange braveness of human people: their braveness as they go on in the daily life, ..."

6. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1898)
"Garfield, James A. (Log cabin to White House), by For preferring Grace Darling, " The reason I like the picture of Grace is the braveness of a young girl ..."

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