Origin of valorous
Examples from the Web for valorous
Again, you will see no military awards made for valorous discretion in combat.
Sometimes their valorous decoration or place of death is also listed.
(the valorous;) rebaptize thee with a cudgel, and then hang thee.
But death was slow to attack the valorous braves while the doable lay largely extended before them.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
Everybody burst out laughing, and the valorous Sandy looked rather crestfallen.The Boy Settlers|Noah Brooks
Bacon observes that the most valorous and generous nations scorn this practice.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
The valorous retreat of the French and their last-ditch stand on the Marne compelled admiration.Woodrow Wilson and the World War|Charles Seymour
late 15c., from Old French valeureux, from valeur (see valor). Related: Valorously.