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Use "lion-hearted" in a sentence
"Once, Terrence, who was nearly as large as an Airedale and fully as lion-hearted — Terrence the Magnificent, as Tom Haggin called him — had caught such a bush-dog trespassing on the beach and given him a delightful thrashing, in which Jerry and Michael, and Patsy and Kathleen, who were at the time alive, had joined with many shrill yelps and sharp nips."
"WHAT WENT WRONG: The Huskies lacked leadership and struggled with chemistry issues at times, and when they struggled, they did not have the lion-hearted individual to rally the troops."
"If there is a round table with Michael Eavis at the head and Maid Emily at his side, then lion-hearted Billy has a seat at the table, and is a cherished and noble knight of the Worthy realm."