courageously


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Related to courageously: braveness, intrepidity
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in a courageous manner

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Because she bravely faced the murderer; because she courageously defended herself--and, above all, because of the bullet in the ceiling.
I say what I think, sir," the sailor answered courageously, not failing at the same time in ship courtesy, which demanded that "sir" be appended to each speech he made.
And kissing Kitty once more, without saying what was important, she stepped out courageously with the music under her arm and vanished into the twilight of the summer night, bearing away with her her secret of what was important and what gave her the calm and dignity so much to be envied.
The lonely piano, without as much as a music stool to help it, struck a few chords courageously, and beginning a selection of national airs, played him out at last to the tune of "Blue Bells of Scotland.
Mr Pancks courageously nodded his head and said, 'All right, ma'am.
Bella sat enchained by the deep, unselfish passion of this girl or woman of her own age, courageously revealing itself in the confidence of her sympathetic perception of its truth.
If thou desirest to mount unto this height, thou must set out courageously, and lay the axe to the root, that thou mayest pluck up and destroy that hidden inordinate inclination to thyself, and unto all private and earthly good.
Their concept, considered daring in apartheid-riven South Africa, was courageously backed by Phillip Stein, director of the Vita Arts Awards.
We believe the legislature and the governor's office have acted very courageously to help companies in Louisiana achieve their environmental goals by bringing Louisiana's tax more in line with those in other states," the company noted.
But he never could have done so if he hadn't cultivated key sources inside the prison walls, men who courageously - and with everything to lose - gave eyewitness testimony that allowed Zwerdling to uncover the truth behind Rust's death.
Thus, Spasev says that the future belongs to responsible trade unions and the trade union leader must get distanced from the politics and fight more courageously for the rights of workers.
Yet, the tragedy now is that serious and necessary public policy reforms that the governor courageously backed may fall victim to political incompetence, or could become discredited.
The Canadian Alliance is to be commended for their strong stand on behalf of common sense and civilization, as are the many Liberals who courageously voted against their government.
Now Ann has courageously vowed to rebuild her shattered life.
Tim Allen's risk-taking performance showed us the pathos behind the quips, especially in the scene in which Paul, heartsick over his departed gigolo (Dharma & Greg's Thomas Gibson), courageously came out to fellow squares George Gobel (Drew Carey) and Rose Marie (Ellen DeGeneres).