Examples of valiant in a Sentence
She died last year after a valiant battle with cancer.
Despite their valiant efforts, they lost the game.
She made a valiant attempt to fix the problem.
Recent Examples of valiant from the Web
Wednesday, in fact, appeared to be that day, as both the Nationals' Max Scherzer and the Tigers' Justin Verlander made valiant attempts.
Now her superhero gets her own movie, an origin story of her Amazonian homeland and her valiant deeds in World War I. Directed by Patty Jenkins (who grew up in Lawrence).
That said, Ainge is in the truly enviable position of being able to build for the future while taking a valiant shot in the here and now.
Odin is also the ruler of Valhalla, the place in the afterlife where valiant soldiers go to die.
Tanaka allowed four runs in the third inning and surrendered the two-out homer to Jones in the fourth, but pitched into the sixth as the Yankees made a valiant attempt to get him off the hook.
The senior gave a valiant effort, going 5 1/3 innings, striking out four and allowing four earned runs.
Knights second baseman Megan Gonzalez made a valiant stab at the ball, but couldn't prevent it from dropping in for a two-run single.
Very seldom does one encounter a leader as valiant, sharp and fearless as Malcolm X (aka el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz), born May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Neb., as Malcolm Little.
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Origin and Etymology of valiant
Definition of valiant
: a valiant person
First Known Use of valiant
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Definition of valiant for English Language Learners
: having or showing courage : very brave or courageous
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