A valiant man! affirmed the Spaniard proudly, looking upon the deeds of his comrade as though they were his own. "A true hero! and I, Madame Desnoyers, know something about what that means…
so as to cover the retreat of a battalion. "He has been mentioned twice in dispatches," Marguerite continued reading. "I do not believe that it will be long before they give him the cross. He is valiant in every way.
were most astonishing to him. This moral shock made his national faith begin to revive. The great majority of Frenchmen were good after all; the nation was as valiant as in former times.
It was, indeed, that day as vague as it was valiant; we did not at all see the forms of what we were thus beginning.
It was Big Tom, his six-foot-five bent strangely in a valiant attempt to put his head below the level of Rod’s.
Kashtanka growled, assumed a very valiant air, and to be on the safe side, went nearer to the stranger.
If my dreams became true; A valiant army led by me and victory and the applause of all Memphis
The statue of the Minute Man commemorates the valiant soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War.
Africa, despite separate valiant achievements, despite the efforts of many, is going downhill.
Given the wide area and the many variations in the different countries, it is a valiant and successful effort.
having or showing valor: valorous, brave, courageous