braver in Portugees
2. (résister) desafiar; resistir; enfrentar
Anne, who is much braver than I am, tried… but without good results.
Anne, who is braver than me, tried them.
because you took the oath of succession which braver men, like the brethren of the Charterhouse, refused, and died for it.
Even Ahab is a braver thing-a nobler thing than that.
His tentacles are braver than he.
I don't know if it's not braver to die, but I recognize the habit, the addiction to being alive. So we live past hope.
However, now is a time for us to be braver, to look at new ideas and new ways of engagement.
I would have liked to hear braver words from the Presidency today.
It would have been braver to establish institutions before enlargement.
That will encourage me to be even braver.