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COUR-AGE n.

1. the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., with bravery.
- Syn. fearlessness, dauntlessness, intrepidity, spirit. COURAGE, BRAVERY, VALOR, refer to qualities of spirit and conduct. COURAGE permits one to face extreme dangers and difficulties. BRAVERY implies true courage with daring and an intrepid boldness. VALOR implies heroic courage.
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HON-OR n.

1. honesty, fairness or integrity in one's beliefs and actions: 
A man of honor.
2. a source of credit or distinction: 
To be an honor to one's family.
3. high respect, as for worth, merit or rank: 
To be held in high honor.
4. high public esteem; fame; glory: 
He has earned is position of honor. .
IN-TEG-RI-TY n.

1. adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.
2. the state of being whole, entire, or undiminished.
​-Syn. veracity, reliability, uprightness, truthfulness.
LOY-AL-TY n.

1. the state or quality of being loyal; faithfulness to commitments or obligations.
2. faithful adherence to a sovereign, government, leader, cause, etc.
- Syn. devotion, constancy. LOYALTY, ALLEGIANCE, FIDELITY all imply a sense of duty or of devoted attachment to something or someone. LOYALTY connotes sentiment and the feeling of devotion that one holds for one's country, creed, family, friends, etc. ALLEGIANCE applies particularly to a citizen's duty to his or her country; or one's obligation to support a cause, leader, etc. FIDELITY implies unwavering devotion and allegiance to a person, principle, etc.
LEAD-ER-SHIP n.

1. the position or function of a leader: He managed to maintain his leadership despite heavy opposition.
2. the capacity or ability to lead: He displayed leadership potential.
3. an act or instance of leading, guidance, direction: They were victorious under his leadership.
4. the act of guiding or directing a course or group.
5. having influence or power.

SER-VICE n.

1. work or duties performed for a superior or cause.
2. to give homage and obedience.
3. to render assistance; to be of use; to help.
4. to have definite use and purpose.
5. to answer the purpose.
to go through a term of service; do duty as a soldier, sailor, juror, etc.

RE-SIL-IENCE n.

1. the ability to recover readily.
2. the characteristic of a person to resume their original state after experiencing great stress, trials, expectations, etc. 
3. to spring back. 
PA-TRI-OT n.

1. one who loves, supports and defends one's country.
-Syn. defender, supporter, guardian, protector 
HE-RO n.

1. one who is noted for feats of courage or nobleness of purpose.
2. one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life for a cause.
3. a person noted for special achievements.
4. one noted for courage and daring action.
5. a person who puts others before themselves; willing to put their life one the line for the sake of a larger cause.
HU-MAN n.

1. a human being.
2. adj. belonging to man or mankind; having the qualities or attributes of a man/woman; of or pertaining to man or to the race of man; as, a human voice; human shape; human nature; human emotions; human needs; 
human sacrifices.
3. adj. characteristic of humanity.
4. adj. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or having the nature of people:
human frailty.
5. adj. characteristic of humanity:
human nature.
6. relating to humans.
human intelligence; the human body.
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