Courage [noun]

Definition of Courage:

boldness, braveness

Opposite/Antonyms of Courage:

Sentence/Example of Courage:

As I explained in my review of Tenet, Nolan has an abiding interest in the links between the mathematical and physical world and the more metaphysical properties of human existence — properties like love, memory, courage, and belief.

To me, he personified service, courage, and integrity—or as he liked to say, “It’s your character alone that will make your life happy or unhappy.”

This shouldn’t be a moment, but a true movement, and I hope they find the courage to do the right thing.

Without the courage of these essential workers who continue to put themselves in harm’s way, our families would not have the food or medicine we need during this crisis.

It is only just to say, that the officers exhibited a degree of courage far beyond any thing we had expected from them.

To be wiser than other men is to be honester than they; and strength of mind is only courage to see and speak the truth.

The look of distress had vanished, and his sincere eyes seemed to shine again with courage and with strength.

Such mutual distrust necessarily creates or accompanies a lack of moral courage.

Again, she was present at the battle of Silan, where her heroic example of courage infused new life into her brother rebels.

I finally mustered up my courage and said "Ich," but told him I did not know it perfectly yet.