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used in The Two Towers

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exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger — especially in battle
  • In him lived again the valour of Helm the Hammerhand.
    3.7 — Book 3 Chapter 7 — Helm's Deep (31% in)
  • Your own valour has done more, and the stout legs of the Westfold-men marching through the night.
    3.8 — Book 3 Chapter 8 — The Road to Isengard (4% in)
  • Valour in arms is yours, and you win high honour thereby.
    3.10 — Book 3 Chapter 10 — The Voice of Saruman (36% in)
  • This was no assault upon the Dark Lord by the men of Gondor, risen like avenging ghosts from the graves of valour long passed away.
    4.3 — Book 4 Chapter 3 — The Black Gate is Closed (34% in)
  • And they made a truce with the proud peoples of the North, who often had assailed us, men of fierce valour, but our kin from afar off, unlike the wild Easterlings or the cruel Haradrim.
    4.5 — Book 4 Chapter 5 — The Window on the West (79% in)
  • For as the Rohirrim do, we now love war and valour as things good in themselves, both a sport and an end; and though we still hold that a warrior should have more skills and knowledge than only the craft of weapons and slaying, we esteem a warrior, nonetheless, above men of other crafts.
    4.5 — Book 4 Chapter 5 — The Window on the West (82% in)

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