courage (n.)
young man of bravado, man of spirit
Cym II.iv.24[Posthumus to Philario, of the British discipline] Now wing-led with their courages [debatable meaning]
Ham I.iii.65[Polonius to Laertes] But do not dull thy palm with entertainment / Of each new-hatched, unfledged courage [Q1, Q2; F Comrade]
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