Associations to the word «Brave»
BRAVE, adjective. Strong in the face of fear; courageous.
BRAVE, adjective. (obsolete) Having any sort of superiority or excellence.
BRAVE, adjective. Making a fine show or display.
BRAVE, noun. A Native American warrior.
BRAVE, noun. A man daring beyond discretion; a bully.
BRAVE, noun. A challenge; a defiance; bravado.
BRAVE, verb. (transitive) To encounter with courage and fortitude, to defy.
BRAVE, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To adorn; to make fine or showy.
BRAVE NEW WORLD, noun. A better, often utopian (future) world.
BRAVE NEW WORLD, noun. A terrible, often oppressive or dystopian world.
BRAVE NEW WORLDS, noun. Plural of brave new world
BRAVE OUT, verb. (idiomatic) (transitive) To tolerate or put up with bravely
BRAVE, noun. A North American Indian warrior.
BRAVE, noun. People who are brave; "the home of the free and the brave".
BRAVE, verb. Face and withstand with courage; "She braved the elements".
BRAVE, adjective. Possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching; "Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring"- Herman Melville; "a frank courageous heart...triumphed over pain"- William Wordsworth; "set a courageous example by leading them safely into and out of enemy-held territory".
BRAVE, adjective. Invulnerable to fear or intimidation; "audacious explorers"; "fearless reporters and photographers"; "intrepid pioneers".
BRAVE, adjective. Brightly colored and showy; "girls decked out in brave new dresses"; "brave banners flying"; "`braw' is a Scottish word"; "a dress a bit too gay for her years"; "birds with gay plumage".
The chief difference between words and deeds is that words are always intended for men for their approbation, but deeds can be done only for God.