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courageous in English:

1. courage courage


Face adversity with courage.
I plucked up the courage and confessed that it was all my fault.
The lion is often used as a symbol of courage.
Anyone who really wishes to apply themselves to the freedom of mankind must have the courage to face the truth, regardless how bitter it may be.
To save the world requires faith and courage: faith in reason, and courage to proclaim what reason shows to be true.
The teacher often emphasizes that students should have courage.
Aristotle said: "Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which guarantees the others."
Your courage will come out in a crisis.
His courage impressed me enough for me to trust him.
His courage will carry him through this difficult job.
What I looked up to in Shota was not his 'strength'. It was his heroic courage to put his life on the line to carry out his convictions.
My courage failed me at the crucial moment.
Old and crippled, he had courage enough to do the work.
Even though I really want to know his name, I don't have enough courage, and I'm afraid to go ask.
Had it not been for your courage, we would have been killed.

English word "courageous"(courage) occurs in sets:

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2. brave brave


Who can read the heroic deeds of brave men without a feeling of respect and admiration?
Brave people feel fear, but that doesn't stop them.
The people standing around were amused and laughed at the brave little dog.
Model braves EIGHT TORNADOES in one day to ensure she gets the perfect storm photo
You're brave.
We are better off for the service rendered by this brave and selfless leader.
He put up a brave and lone struggle, but up against such heavy odds he couldn't get his business plan accepted.
Even as we stand here tonight, we know there are brave Americans waking up in the deserts of Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan, to risk their lives for us.
Our country will win, for our army is big and brave.
Some brave passengers caught the pickpocket and turned him over to the police.
Last week I met a very brave and handsome man with his wife.
Around 120,000 volunteers braved the cold and took to the streets to raise money for the charity
The brave sentry thinks it's funny that most Spanish 3rd-person-sentences have six possible ways of being translated to German.
There are many people like this in the world. Normally, they're not brave. After getting drunk, they turn brave.

3. showing courage showing courage