Colonel Proctor was one of the most seriously hurt; he had fought bravely, and a ball had entered his groin and downed him.
for, he wished to face the Spirit bravely the moment it appeared, and did not wish to be taken by surprise, nor be overwhelmed by excessive emotion.
As if it was nothing, he walked bravely up to the princess, who was sitting on an enormous pearl – as big as a cushion.
Nevertheless, the travellers defended themselves bravely.
Gripping my sword I felt a renewed strength as I plunged bravely into the battle.
He turned his back on the two and went away. Good-bye, Love! Goodbye, Happiness! He marched quickly and bravely on; a miracle had just taken place within him! he had found the right road at last!
An oar sharply splashed water near her; she raised her head. Gray bent down, and her hands gripped his belt. Soll shut her eyes; then, quickly opening them, she bravely smiled into his radiant face, and, breathing laboriously, said "Exactly the one."
So they charged bravely, recklessly ahead, weapons drawn, heedless of the magnitude of the danger they faced.
We like people who bravely tell us what they think, as long as they think the same what we think.
'Bravely spoken!' said Newman.
in a courageous manner: courageously