Definition of "valiancy" []

  • Courageous, intrepid, or stout-hearted; brave (adjective)
  • Marked by bravery or courage (adjective)
  • Valour, bravery. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "valiancy" in a sentence
  • "From that she struck upon a notion of reserves of humaneness being in him, if she might find the path to them: and thence, fortified by the repose her picture of little Selina's merit had bestowed, she sprang to the idea of valiancy, that she would woo him to listen to her, without inflicting a scene."
  • "But Guinevere showed her love and her wit, and her "valiancy" (for so at least on this occasion we may translate _vaillant_) by retorting that such a chest was only big enough -- and hardly big enough -- for such a heart."
  • "Nay, for yon man is fierce as fire, a very tower of valiancy."