[val-yuh n-see or val-yuh ns]
- valiant nature or quality; valor; bravery; courage.
Origin of valiancy
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Examples from the Web for 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.The Joys of Being a Woman
This is no light-mindedness that thou beholdest in me, but the valiancy that the Fathers have set in mine heart.The Roots of the Mountains
There is a close relationship between prevailing, valiancy, valency, and value.Essays in Experimental Logic
They gazed on her, and were overcome by her loveliness and grace, and by the kindness and valiancy of her heart.