courageously courageously  /kə ˈreɪ dʒəs li/


  • (adv) in a courageous manner


  1. HER dark eyes misty but her soft voice carefully controlled, Cornelia Wallace courageously faced television cameras shortly after the shooting of her husband.
  2. One day in August 1973, Kim Dae Jung, who had loudly and courageously been criticizing the yushin system, was kidnapped from a hotel in Tokyo.
  3. Barth stood courageously against Nazi totalitarianism.


  1. Millbrook boy to take on Washington, make a difference in fight over diabetes

    Inside the Robinson Springs United Methodist Church in Millbrook is an extraordinary young man who is courageously staring down a chronic illness.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WSFA 12 Montgomery

  2. Letter: Raising mental health awareness

    Some of the people I cherish the most in my life live with a mental illness. I watch them courageously face each day as they battle with an illness they were born with. I have listened to them cry because they have no friends.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: The Darien Times

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