Definition of valor:
fear, chivalry, gameness, bravado, heroics, heroism, spunkiness, pluckiness, valiance, bottle, valour, greatheartedness, stoutness, gallantry, pecker, valiancy, politesse, gut, undauntedness, daringness, gutsiness, intrepidity, spunk, braveness, valorousness, doughtiness, fearlessness, courageousness, valiantness, dauntlessness, spirit, prowess, heart, stoutheartedness, moxie, fortitude.
- bravery (part of speech: noun)
- virtue (part of speech: noun)
And whilst he considered which way next to turn his arms, the Lusitanians sent ambassadors to desire him to be their general; for being terrified with the Roman power, and finding the necessity of having a commander of great authority and experience in war, being also sufficiently assured of his worth and valor by those who had formerly known him, they were desirous to commit themselves especially to his care.- "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
- "Princess Maritza", Percy Brebner.
Rich in supplies captured in this first encounter, and naturally encouraged at the result of his valor, the Hawk thought that so long as the whites were determined to make him fight, he would show his claws in earnest.- "Stories of the Badger State", Reuben Gold Thwaites.