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She has shown immense courage in opposing a corrupt and violent regime.
I didn't have the courage to admit I was wrong.
Eventually I plucked up the courage and made an appointment with the doctor.
It took a great deal of courage to leave her friends.
This is the British English definition of courage. View American English definition of courage.
a frightening or unfriendly low noise
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