Meaning of courageously in English:

courageously

Pronunciation /kəˈreɪdʒəsli/

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adverb

  • Without being deterred by danger or pain; bravely.

    ‘the soldiers were well trained and fought courageously’
    • ‘People who act courageously to protect others should not be the victims of harassment or retaliation.’
    • ‘We hope this issue will inspire you to act courageously against your own fears.’
    • ‘Nicholas, who expected trouble, acted intelligently and courageously throughout.’
    • ‘She courageously shares her very personal struggles and offers wise strategies for facing down fear.’
    • ‘He stood up courageously against the oppressive regime.’
    • ‘Off we went, courageously going where no one had gone before.’
    • ‘She's worked courageously here to foster the peace process.’
    • ‘He stood up courageously for his view and withstood slander and charges of spying.’
    • ‘Sections of the army fought courageously in the first few days of the invasion.’
    • ‘Les has fought courageously against prostate cancer for the last eight years.’