And when she beheld the brave, spirited figure of Prince Theseus bearing himself so calmly in his terrible peril, she grew a hundred times more pitiful than before.
And all the while, through these hollow avenues, now nearer, now farther off again, resounded the cry of the Minotaur; and the sound was so fierce, so cruel, so ugly, so like a bull's roar, and withal so like a human voice, and yet like neither of them, that the brave heart of Theseus grew sterner and angrier at every step; for he felt it an insult to the moon and sky, and to our affectionate and simple Mother Earth, that such a monster should have the audacity to exist.
Here is what Ariadne answered, when the brave prince of Athens besought her to accompany him:
Of these brave Protesilaus had been captain while he was yet alive, but he was now lying under the earth.
Those that held Argissa and Gyrtone, Orthe, Elone, and the white city of Oloosson, of these brave Polypoetes was leader.
The Dardanians were led by brave Aeneas, whom Venus bore to Anchises, when she, goddess though she was, had lain with him upon the mountain slopes of Ida.
What awful risk is this you take to seek me here, where even your brave
heart is powerless to aid me.
Long time the silent ranks upon the hill could see a swirl and eddy deep down in the heart of the Spanish column, with a circle of rearing chargers and flashing blades, Here and there tossed the white plume of the English helmet, rising and falling like the foam upon a wave, with the fierce gleam and sparkle ever circling round it until at last it had sunk from view, and another brave
man had turned from war to peace.
There is no one among you, my brave colleagues, who has not seen the Moon, or, at least, heard speak of it.
I have the honor, my brave colleagues, to propose a trial of this little experiment.
And is he likely to be brave
who has no spirit, whether horse or dog or any other animal?
They thought I'd done wrong to marry a fisherman, but I bore him brave sons, and I lived the life a woman craves for.
He'll have you to stay at the Hall - a brave place.
To the former the look, though stern, was not threatening, while it seemed to tell the latter all the hazards they incurred, in daring to brave the resentment of one so powerful.
But his skin was now wrinkled, and his features furrowed with so many scars, as to have obtained for him, half a century before, from the French of the Canadas, a title which has been borne by so many of the heroes of France, and which had now been adopted into the language of the wild horde of whom we are writing, as the one most expressive of the deeds of their own brave.