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Definition of "valor" []

  • Courage and boldness, as in battle; bravery. (noun)
  • Courage or bravery, esp in battle (noun)

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Use "valor" in a sentence
  • "As for myself, I was busy with my work, for now my superiors were good enough to advance me for what they called valor on the field."
  • "It was used, by armies led by aristocrats against longbows, rifled muskets, and even by a King of Sparta, who, when shown the huge dart from then new catapult weapons exclaimed “woe to the virtuous, ... all valor is now vanquished, and cowards shall rule better men”."
  • "They said Jeff stole honor and valor from the real heroes."