|brave, daring, courageous, done courageously, somebody courageous||valiant|
|(Slang) courageous, brave, daring; spirited, vigorous, robust, done with emotion||gutsy|
|a challenge, challenge somebody, have audacity to do something, have enough courage for something, venture, attempt, daring act; challenge, have courage to do something difficult or dangerous; challenge someone to do something difficult or dangerous||dare|
|activity resembling game, animals for hunting, animals killed in a hunt; meat from wild animals (used as food), aspect of game, brave, competition, competitive activity with rules, equipment, event with many sporting contests, fun activity; amusement, ...||game|
|admired woman, female hero, extraordinarily brave woman; primary female character (of a story, play, etc.), main woman character in fictional plot, remarkably brave woman||heroine|
|adventurous, loving adventures; daring, fearless; foolhardy, rash||adventuresome|
|aggressive, bold, impudent, presumptuous; foolishly brave or courageous; nervous, high-strung, edgy (Slang), fearless, sinewy||nervy|
|Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), British novelist, author of "Brave New World"||Huxley|
|American Indian warrior, bold, courageous, brave people, challenge something, courageous; handsome, face onslaught of something, having or showing courage, Native N American warrior||brave|
|animated, behaving in specified way, lively, energetic, courageous; having a particular mood (i.e. high-spirited)||spirited|
|any bundle of fibers belonging to the nervous system that transmits sensations and messages between the brain and other parts of the body; tendon (Anatomy); vein in a leaf or insect wing; courage; daring; rude boldness (Informal), embolden; gather cour...||nerve|
|any of various undomesticated black-striped felines; aggressive person; experimental drilling; daring business venture; locomotive without cars (Slang), drill exploratory well, financially unsound business, medium-sized wild feline, not financially saf...||wildcat|
|attack, attack; bully, breed of dog; stubborn person, English bulldog, force a steer to the ground, pistol, smooth-haired dog, suggestive of a bulldog, brave, tenacious||bulldog|
|audacity, boldness, daring; audacity; strength, vigor, resoluteness||hardihood|
|be braver than an opponent, be more courageous than somebody, face something defiantly||outbrave|
|bold adventure, chivalrous daring, heroic act, adventure (Archaic)||emprise|
|bold, courageous, unafraid||fearless|
|bold, daring, fearless; impudent, arrogant||audacious|
|bold, fearless, daring, impossible to frighten, unaccustomed to fear||dauntless|
|boldface, boldfaced, brave, courageous, daring; forward, blunt; rude, clear and conspicuous, darker than standard, fearless and adventurous, impudent or presumptuous, requiring or showing a daring personality, steep, type darker than standard||bold|
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