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used in Henry IV, Part 1

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exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger — especially in battle
  • An the Prince and Pointz be not two arrant cowards, there's no equity stirring: there's no more valour in that Pointz than in a wild duck.
    2.2 — Act 2 Scene 2 — The Road by Gads-hill (89% in)
  • The better part of valour is discretion; in the which better part I have saved my life.
    5.4 — Act 5 Scene 4 — Another Part of the Field (71% in)
  • If I may be believed, so; if not, let them that should reward valour bear the sin upon their own heads.
    5.4 — Act 5 Scene 4 — Another Part of the Field (89% in)
  • Then, brother John of Lancaster, to you This honourable bounty shall belong: Go to the Douglas, and deliver him Up to his pleasure, ransomless and free: His valour, shown upon our crests to-day, Hath taught us how to cherish such high deeds Even in the bosom of our adversaries.
    5.5 — Act 5 Scene 5 — Another Part of the Field (69% in)

There are no more uses of "valor" in Henry IV, Part 1.

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