lionhearted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s extraordinarily courageous
- Among the few discernible differences in layout is Gallery's use of a symbol showing a lion inside a heart (lionhearted, get it?) in place of Playboy's bunny trademark.
- It was the case of a lionhearted, but aged ex-champ conserving his strength in order to go the distance against a belt-holding opponent who has benefited greatly from boxing's .
- He, a lionhearted military man who has lost his country but not his will to power, clings to his pride and decorum, changing into a suit after his grimy, sweaty workdays on a road .
- Ridley Scott in MTV.com
As for the film's plot, Scott explained: "The arena is England in the time of Richard Coeur de Lion [the Lionhearted]. Richard the second - and the father, Richard Coeur de Lion - have both gone off to the Holy Wars and have bankrupted the country...
- Hun Sen in Telegraph.co.uk
Mr Kasit later wrote to Hun Sen saying that there had been a "misunderstanding" and that the word he used "means a person who is lionhearted, a courageous and magnanimous gentleman".
- Thomas Dekker in The Age
It's been a balance,Dekker says. "In T2, John's a young kid who in the beginning didn't believe any of it was real. In the series, he has to keep his head down, not draw attention to himself. The lionhearted instinct, the stubbornness, the...