#EngVocab: Vocabulary Related to Heroism

Hello hello… Good evening, fellas. Today is November 10th, so I would like to say “Happy Heroes’ Day”. :)

Fellas, keep having the spirit to make Indonesia a better country in each day. :)

Because today is a Heroes’ Day, I’m going to share some vocabularies related to heroism. Let’s start it, fellas! :D

1. Sacrifice (n.)

Meaning: the act of giving up something highly valued for accomplishing something or helping someone else.

Example: Anna made many sacrifices to provide help to the homeless people.

2. Bravery (n.)

Meaning: displaying courage in dangerous circumstances.

Example: Josh received a medal from the governor for his bravery.

3. Fortitude (n.)

Meaning: “passive courage”; the mental strength to face danger or pain with an unbroken spirit.

Example: Dave showed a great fortitude during his illness.

4. Loyalty (n.)

Meaning: the quality or state of being loyal

Example: Andrew has a good loyalty to his company.

5. Gallantry (n.)

Meaning: very brave behavior through difficult times.

Example: Many women are charmed by Collin’s gallantry.

6. Intrepid (adj.)

Meaning: feeling no fear.

Example: James is an intrepid man. That’s the reason why I adore him.

7. Valor (n.)

Meaning: courage exhibited in war.

Example: The soldiers received the award for valor.

8. Solidarity (n.)

Meaning: a feeling of unity between people who have the same interests, goals, etc.

Example: The workers’ solidarity made the boss change the new rules.

Thank you for tonight. Admin is signing out. Cheerio, fellas!

Compiled and written by @fabfebby at @EnglishTips4U on November 10 , 2013

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