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valiantly

[ val-yuhnt-lee ]
/ ˈvæl yənt li /
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adverb
in a bold and stouthearted way; bravely or courageously: The Polish troops fought valiantly in World War II, and were crucial to the Allied victory.
in a heroic way that shows determination and tenacity: Since the storm, utility crews have struggled valiantly to restore power, often working 16-hour shifts for days on end.
in a worthy or excellent way: Medieval art valiantly, exhaustively, fleshes out one perceptual model after another for what triumphantly escapes human perception: God, death, power, love, and so on.
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OTHER WORDS FROM valiantly

o·ver·val·iant·ly, adverbun·val·iant·ly, adverb
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