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Definition of "corage" [cor•age]

  • See courage (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "corage" in a sentence
  • "My etymology dictionary tells me it's a word that comes from the French "corage" and means "to produce courage", or "to put courage into"."
  • "Whan that drad maladye of rickrollyng, delivered to us by Our Lord and Savior as portente of His Hooly Judgment, strykes with terrible corage, leaping from flyckereng Devilbox to Devilbox across the miasma in the cweer disgyse of Richard of Astley, Galen adviseth couching a deed polcat upon the cheste of the rickrolld ful swithe to balance the overly sangwyn humors caused by daemonic, forbidden styles of dance."
  • "For it was then a pretty thing happened of pure diversion mayhap, when his flattering hend, at the justright moment, like perchance some cook of corage might clip the lad on a poot of porage handshut his duckhouse, the vivid girl, deaf with love,"