- a bully.
- a boast or challenge.
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Except the Braves did not win 14 straight pennants (they did win 14 straight division titles), and Smoltz is a also Republican.Conservative Curt Says His Politics, Not His Pitching, Kept Him Out of the Hall of Fame|Ben Jacobs|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST
In a chapter titled “Fox Den,” he braves brambles in an attempt to follow his neighborhood urban fox.Discovering Underground Labyrinths, Remote Cities, and More of the World’s Lost Places|Nina Strochlic|July 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It seems telling that “Braves” was somehow not authentic enough for Marshall.
Marshall had made a fortune in the commercial laundry business when he purchased the Boston Braves football team in 1932.
The braves made trouble with neighboring tribes, attracting the displeasure of the Canadian Mounties.
Dans ces tranchées les Turcs se montrent bons soldats, braves, tenaces.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
Upon him who braves the consequences, and fights his country's battles for his country's sake.
Ward had made a half-circuit of the valley and was advancing through the lines of hidden braves.
Black Hoof and his braves had a great fear of the girl when she began her rambling talk.
Look at the swagger of the vagabond who commands his braves, would you not think he was about to hew down everything in sight?
British Dictionary definitions for brave
- having or displaying courage, resolution, or daring; not cowardly or timid
- (as collective noun preceded by the)the brave