intrepidity in Grieks
Who would have supposed all this a few weeks ago?" She did not share the general astonishment. Living with Laurier had many times shown her the intrepidity of his character, the fearlessness concealed under that placid exterior.
He is an officer pretty well-known for his intrepidity.
Our seamen have always been famous for a matchless alacrity and intrepidity in time of danger; this has saved many a British ship, when other seamen would have run below deck, and left the ship to the mercy of the waves, or, perhaps, of a more cruel enemy, a pirate.
We need a feat of linguistic legerdemain and intrepidity - before the Captain and Dr. McCoy freeze to death.