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Definition of "courageousness" [cour•a•geous•ness]

  • The state of being courageous (noun)

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Use "courageousness" in a sentence
  • "Across the board, critics applauded Crossfire's "courageousness" in challenging a long-standing Hollywood taboo and expressed their belief that the film performed an important public service in bringing the problem of American anti-Semitism out into the open."
  • "Taking the year to reflect on who and what Paul was, Bauman said the school will establish a mascot that encompasses all his qualities, such as courageousness and outspokenness, and accurately displays how those qualities relate to the children today."
  • "He blasted through the entire day with a courageousness I know came from him feeling more decisive and "in control" of his world."