Courageous – Word of the Day for IELTS Speaking and Writing
Courageous ( adjective ) /kə’reidʒəs/
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Meaning: possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching
Synonyms: brave, adventurous, fearless, gallant, undaunted
Antonyms: afraid, timid, craven, ignoble, dastard
For IELTS Speaking:
Where would our democracy be without courageous people willing to do that?
For IELTS Writing:
The coverage of courageous resistance of the people and police by TV channels reinforced the government’s efforts.
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