- n a North American Indian warrior
- n people who are brave
the home of the free and the brave
- v face and withstand with courage
She braved the elements
- a possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching
Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring"- Herman Melville
- s invulnerable to fear or intimidation
- s brightly colored and showy
girls decked out in brave new dresses
brave banners flying
- Set on an isolated beach on Spain's Catalan coast near the town of Rosas, El Bulli has become a pilgrimage site for foodies brave enough to make the dizzying drive down for the .
- With the aid of Christian activists, North Koreans brave unspeakable horrors to reach safety.
- Before there was an environmental movement, there was one brave woman and her very brave book.
- Sam Mendes in International Herald Tribune
It defies belief that this gifted, brave, tenacious, wonderful woman is gone,said Mendes, who also directed the Academy Award-winning "American Beauty."
- President Bush in Malaysia Sun
All of us here at the White House will miss Tony, as will the millions of Americans he inspired with his brave struggle against cancer,Bush said.
- Max Clifford in Reuters
Her publicist Max Clifford said she would "be remembered as a young girl who has, and who will, save an awful lot of lives. She was a very, very brave girl," he said in a statement to media. "And she faced her death in the way she faced her...