Courageously [adjective]

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I think Shonda Rhimes, as well as Debbie Allen, who runs Grey’s Anatomy, and Krista Vernoff, who runs Station 19, are unapologetic and courageous in how they tell stories.

San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Marten likes to talk about the importance of having “courageous conversations” that acknowledge shortcomings.

Like all other great courageous people—men and women in Yemen and in the region—I am ready to pay the price for freedom and democracy.

He pushed hard to bring jobs and investment to his district, and I will always be grateful for his courageous vote to expand health care for people who need it.

Though Hooven’s voice can be annoyingly sunny at times, the courageous turn this story takes is irresistibly appealing, so find it.

Gaines eventually leads the Panthers to the state championship against Dallas Carter High School at the Astrodome in front of 55,000 fans, losing the game on the last play after a courageous come-from-behind effort.

However, he shut his eyes, and courageously gave the accustomed chirp, and Slapover plunged down.

Very courageously, therefore, she turned a corner and began to thread her way among the crowd.

They boldly formed a square, and prepared to defend courageously the precious dept they had under their guard.

Pensive spread her half-frozen wings, and courageously soared amid the cold and mist.