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Virago; n. A woman who is noisy, bold, or domineering.
The man’s wife was a virago. She yelled at him all the time.
A strong, often large, courageous, and brave woman.
She is a virago who is strong in her belief of education. Because of her belief she has opened up her own school.
Brash; adj. Hasty, unthinking, and impetuous; quick to act without considering the consequences.
I made the brash decision to not call on her birthday and now she won’t talk to me.
Capricious; adj. impulsive, whimsical.
My decision to move away from home was capricious but in the end it worked out for the better.
Daring; adj. Willing to take risks; bold and venturesome, sometimes without much sense.
It was daring of me to cliff jump into the ocean.
Derring-do; n. A reckless, daring, or careless action.
My action to skip school was a derring-do.
Plucky; adj. Having or displaying courage, tenacity, and resourcefulness under difficult or trying circumstances.
I will demonstrate my plucky approach to life by laughing all the time throughout my trial of infertility.
Resolute; adj. Firm, determined, and unwavering.
I am resolute in my determination to finish reading this book. I will do it.
Stalwart; adj. Strong, bold, daring, firm, and resolute; having determination and a stick-to-it attitude.
I will stand stalwart in my decision to work from home.
Steadfast; adj. Steady and reliable; dependable even during trying or dangerous times.
She stood steadfast in her value of not doing illegal things. She left the party quickly.
Tenacious; adj. Holding tight; not letting go or yielding to the opposition.
I will not believe he doesn’t love me. I am tenacious in my belief that he still cares.
Valiant; adj. Brave; full of valor and courage.
The valiant soldier did not run but stayed to fight.
Audacious; adj. Fearlessly bold; possibly even foolhardy and daring.
Her audacious behavior was helpful when she needed to stand up for her value.
Unrestrained by convention or propriety; insolent.
Her audacious outburst embarrassed me at dinner.
Spirited and original.
She is audacious in her bohemian style.
Bravado; n. A tendency toward showy defiance or false expressions of courage.
At the haunted house, I displayed bravado even though I was terrified.
Dauntless; adj. Not easily intimidated; courageous and brave.
I wish to be more dauntless and ask him out on a date.
Defiance; n. Bold resistance; brave opposition.
He withstood the bullying defiantly.
Arrogant attitude, often rude and dismissive.
He acted in complete defiance as he left and broke the rule.
Fortitude; n. Showing great strength and bravery under adverse conditions such as pain and torture.
I admired how she pressed forward with such fortitude during her trials.
Gallant; adj. Bold and dashing.
The gallant prince carried me over the mud puddle.
Bravely daring; selflessly courageous.
They made a gallant attempt to save the girl but with no success.
Stately; majestic; seemingly regal in demeanor.
That gallant china doll was very expensive.
Intrepid; adj. Courageous; acting with much determination and little fear.
She was an intrepid person to be one of the first to settle in Nevada.
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