Marked by or possessing great personal bravery; valiant. See Synonyms at brave.(adjective)
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Use "valorous" in a sentence
"Massachusetts and Vermont, when Georgia and Ohio, when all the South and all the North march side by side in behalf of Old Glory, then at the bivouac, then around our council fires, the sons will recall the valorous deeds their fathers wrought upon either side and under opposing flags during the civil strife, as the loudest call and the strongest inspiration to awaken effort in behalf of the rescued and re-united country."
"He seems to have cherished an intense affection for the Leyden pastor, such as valorous natures often feel for meditative ones, and that"
"There is a kind of valorous spleen which, like wind, is apt to grow unruly in the stomachs of newly-made soldiers, compelling them to box-lobby brawls and brokenheaded quarrels, unless there can be found some more harmless way to give it vent."