noun see intrepid

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  • intrepidness — See intrepidity. * * * …   Universalium

  • intrepidness — noun The quality of being intrepid; bravery. Syn: boldness, braveness, bravery, fearlessness, fortitude, intrepidity, undauntedness, valour …   Wiktionary

  • intrepidness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The quality of mind enabling one to face danger or hardship resolutely: braveness, bravery, courage, courageousness, dauntlessness, doughtiness, fearlessness, fortitude, gallantry, gameness, heart, intrepidity, mettle …   English dictionary for students

  • intrepidness — in·trep·id·ness …   English syllables

  • intrepidness — n boldness, bravery, daring, intrepidity, audacity, valour, courage, heroism, dauntlessness, fearlessness, gallantry, lion heartedness, stout heartedness, undauntedness, pluck, prowess, spirit, nerve FORMAL doughtiness, fortitude COLLOQ. guts,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • intrepidity — noun The quality of being intrepid; bravery. which involve the sharpest hazards to life and honour and the highest instant decisions and intrepidities of action. Syn: boldness, braveness, bravery, fearlessness, fortitude …   Wiktionary

  • bravery — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. courage, valor, intrepidity, fearlessness; see courage 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. courage, fearlessness, boldness, *guts, *balls, daring, spunk, valor, pluck, heroism, intrepidness, manliness, mettle. Falling but… …   English dictionary for students

  • intrepid — adjective Etymology: Latin intrepidus, from in + trepidus alarmed more at trepidation Date: 1680 characterized by resolute fearlessness, fortitude, and endurance < an intrepid explorer > • intrepidity noun • intrepidly adverb • intrepidness …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Anto Gvozdenović — (26 January 1853 – 2 September 1935) was a Montenegrin, Russian, and French general, a member of the Imperial Russian Privy Council, and a diplomat and statesman. He was the ambassador of Montenegro to the United States of America and was the… …   Wikipedia

  • Yamato-damashii — is a historically and culturally loaded word in the Japanese language. The phrase was coined in the Heian period for an indigenous spirit which was shown to best light when polished by Chinese learning . Later, a qualitative contrast between… …   Wikipedia

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