The quality of a confidentcharacter not to be afraid or intimidatedeasily but without being incautious or inconsiderate. (noun)
Examples of word courage
QUOTATION: The courage of New England was the courage of Conscience.
As to moral courage, I have very rarely met with _the two o'clock in the morning courage_.
"Good riding will last through age, sickness, and decrepitude, but bad riding will last only as long as youth, health, and strength supply courage; _for good riding is an affair of skill, but bad riding is an affair of courage_."
Courage, courage of conviction and faith in the notion that ´truth is courage´ are all practical ideas for problem solving and resolution of diversified conflicts in the world.
6123The courage of New England was the courage of Conscience.
4The courage of New England was the courage of Conscience.
It is interesting that the word courage comes from the Latin root cor, meaning “heart.”
Two years later, she added her white lab coat, stethoscope, and gold caduceus with the word courage carved in it.
"We sometimes use the term courage rather casually," said Michael Martin, LSU Chancellor.