or val·iance

[val-yuh n-see or val-yuh ns]


valiant nature or quality; valor; bravery; courage.

Origin of valiancy

First recorded in 1565–75; vali(ant) + -ancy Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for valiancy

Historical Examples of valiancy

  • Yet would she not cast aside all hope, but clad herself in her valiancy.

  • While deprecating the breathlessness of keeping up with the contemporary, the most old-fashioned of us must admire its valiancy.

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  • This is no light-mindedness that thou beholdest in me, but the valiancy that the Fathers have set in mine heart.

  • There is a close relationship between prevailing, valiancy, valency, and value.

  • They gazed on her, and were overcome by her loveliness and grace, and by the kindness and valiancy of her heart.