intrepid

All Adjective Noun
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  • I do honor to the intrepid spirit of those who say it will. Cited from The World's Best Orations, Vol. 1 (of 10), by Various
  • In his earlier years he had ever met personal danger in the most intrepid manner. Cited from Debit and Credit, by Gustav Freytag
  • All our intrepid German soldiers know why they are going to war. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Mar 1915, V. 1, No. 1
  • I do honor to the intrepid spirits of those who say it will. Cited from American Eloquence, Volume I (of 4), by Various
  • Then it was that this intrepid woman rose to her greatest height. Cited from The War of the Wenuses, by C. L. Graves and E. V. Lucas
  • It took the character of an intrepid application of the modern spirit to literature. Cited from Selections from the Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, by Matthew Arnold
  • Two hundred and two score intrepid men Rode out to war; not one came back again. Cited from Custer, and Other Poems, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • Distinguished himself by intrepid and determined leadership against greatly superior enemy forces.
  • The French general was an intrepid old fellow, who believed that a general should be near his fighting men. Cited from Adventures of a Despatch Rider, by W. H. L. Watson
  • Henry was still a young man, only twenty years of age, but able, intrepid, and wise. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume VIII, by John Lord
  • An intrepid pilot who has met with much success in numerous battles.
  • Changes were few over the Intrepid's initial five-year production.
  • Changes were few over the Intrepid's initial five-year production.
  • It was to be a base model below the equipment level of the Intrepid.
  • His intrepid conduct provided a lasting inspiration for those with whom he served.
  • One intrepid student spent the entire journey under the tarpaulin with the aircraft.
  • The following story well shows his intrepid character. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 3, by Charles Morris
  • Nature had given him an intrepid soul; experience had cased his heart with iron. Cited from Henrietta Temple, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • Unshaken in their purpose, the little band of intrepid men remained in their camp for the period of three days. Cited from The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, by De Witt C. Peters
  • The newspaper is known for its intrepid and anti-establishment tone.
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