Synonym: gallantry, valiance, valiancy, valor, valorousness, valour. Similar words: heroic, asteroid, egoism, boisterous, adroit, broiler, embroil, embroiled. Meaning: ['hɪrəʊzəm /'hɪər-] n. the qualities of a hero or heroine; exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger (especially in battle).
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3 He brought honour to his family by his heroism.
4 He dilated upon their heroism.
5 Stories of his heroism resounded through the country.
6 It was an act of heroism to go back into the burning building to save the wounded trapped within.
7 They also examine heroism, and its limits.
8 What did I see as heroism, he asked?
9 Today the medal is awarded only for exceptional heroism in battle.
10 Though he notes occasional heroism, his general verdict on the working classes is unfavourable.
11 One side will tell of its heroism in battle, the other would prefer its defeat to lie undisturbed.
12 And a certain kind of heroism, a tone of valiant despair, colors the choreography.
13 It was a commentary on heroism and how it has fallen into disuse.
14 There was real heroism in his commitment to free thought.
15 In the resultant culture clash Guinness drowns, heroism subverted by duty,(www.Sentencedict.com) reality distorted by the military mindset.
16 Carefully documented accounts of heroism challenge us to recognize their sacrifices and pay them homage.
17 My father has a streak of heroism in him that I admire, but that verges on foolhardiness.
18 Heroism of a different order was on the menu of three of the greatest Casanovas of the age of sail.
19 My father has a streak of heroism in him that I admire.
20 This is not the same form of heroism as those who put themselves at risk for others.
21 Our views of leadership are entwined with ideas of heroism.
22 No country has a monopoly on bravery; great deeds of heroism are liable to break out in the most unexpected places.
23 Above all, war inspires the simplification of normal complexities into the heroism of folklore.
24 The boy had evidently been sent over by Confederate officers anxious that we should see their heroism in print.
25 But the story is a dramatic celebration of fatherhood, and dads everywhere should be cheered by its heroism.
26 And in the context of the time, there was a sort of heroism in this.
27 How wrongly I thought of him as being as incapable of heroism as myself.
28 The kings they portray were a mixture of human heroism, divinely inspired wisdom and very human failings.
29 Jennie's performance during his last months and weeks was a model of quiet, undemonstrative heroism.
30 Gandhi applied a technique of combat which turned the traditional docility of the gentle Hindu into heroism.
More similar words: heroic, asteroid, egoism, boisterous, adroit, broiler, embroil, embroiled, sangfroid, embroidery, poise, hoist, noise, foist, poison, egoist, patois, noisily, noisome, moisture, bourgeois, porpoise, tortoise, cloister, bourgeoisie, connoisseur, hero, connoisseurship, erode, xerox.