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1828 edition of Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language

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brave

BRAVE, a.

1. Courageous; bold; daring; intrepid; fearless of danger; as a brave warrior. It usually unites the sense of courage with generosity and dignity of mind; qualities often united.

The brave man will not deliberately do an injury to his fellow man.

2. Gallant; lofty; graceful; having a noble mien.

3. Magnificent; grand; as a brave place.

4. Excellent; noble; dignified. But in modern usage, it has nearly lost its application to things.

5. Gaudy; showy in dress.

BRAVE, n. A hector; a man daring beyond discretion or decency.

Hot braves like these may fight.

1. A boast; a challenge; a defiance.

BRAVE, v.t. To defy; to challenge; to encounter with courage and fortitude, or without being moved; to set at defiance.

The ills of love I can brave.

The rock that braves the tempest.

1. To carry a boasting appearance of; as, to brave that which they believe not.

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ABI'DING, ppr. Dwelling; remaining; continuing; enduring; awaiting.

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INVERSE, a. invers'. [L. inversus. See Invert.]

Inverted; reciprocal. Inverse proportion or ratio, is when the effect or result of any operation is less in proportion as the cause is greater, or is greater in proportion as the cause is less. Thus the time in which a quantity of work may be performed, will be less in proportion as the number of workmen is greater, and greater in proportion as the number of workmen is less. If ten men can perform a certain quantity of work in six days,then twenty men will perform the same work in three days. Inverse proportion is opposed to direct.

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