Definition of valiantness:
Synonyms for valiantness:
dauntlessness, heart, gutsiness, intrepidness, gameness, spunk, fortitude, mettle, intrepidity, pluck, stoutheartedness, fearlessness, valiancy, spirit, braveness, nerve, doughtiness, valor, pluckiness, fear, courageousness, bravery, spunkiness, undauntedness, moxie, valiance, gallantry, courage, gut.
And as this Emperor, which now is Ivan Vasilivich, doth exceed his predecessors in name- that is, from a Duke to an Emperor- - even so much by report he doth exceed them in stoutness of courage and valiantness, and a great deal more: for he is no more afraid of his enemies, which are not a few, than the hobby of the larks.- "The Discovery of Muscovy etc.", Richard Hakluyt.
De la Roche, an experienced and profound courtier, and justly deserving Hall's praise as a man of great witte, courage, valiantness, and liberalitie, did not affect to conceal the admiration which the remarkable presence of Edward never failed to excite; lifting his hand to his eyes, as if to shade them from a sudden blaze of light, he would have fallen on both knees, but Edward with quick condescension raised him, and, rising himself, said gayly,- Nay, Count de la Roche, brave and puissant chevalier, who hath crossed the seas in honour of knighthood and the ladies, we would, indeed, that our roiaulme boasted a lord like thee, from whom we might ask such homage.- "The Last Of The Barons, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- "The Young Man's Guide", William A. Alcott.