Intrepidity Meaning in Hindi

Intrepidity Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Resolute courageousness

Intrepidity Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "I could not sufficiently wonder at the intrepidity of these diminutive mortals, who"
- Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels

2. "However, in my thoughts I could not sufficiently wonder at the intrepidity of these diminutive mortals, who durst venture to mount and walk upon my body, while one of my hands was at liberty, without trembling at the very sight of so prodigious a creature as I must appear to them."
- Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels

3. "Where Passion Stands Singing Into the Breathless Wind Dreams and Hope Sail with Her Upon the Sighs of Morning, Waking from their Languid Sleep To Become Reality. Sing, then, O Sweet Passion, And Rouse these Dreams with Songs That spill from Depths Within the Soul, Transforming All that Will Yet Be Into Matchless Beauteous Intrepidity"
- Quote by Morgan

4. "Cecilia could have told him that Mr. Fawnhope's intrepidity sprang more from a sublime unconsciousness of the risk of infection than from any deliberate heroism; but since she was not in the habit of discussing her lover with her brother he continued in a happy state of ignorance, himself too practical a man to comprehend the density of the veil in which a poet could wrap himself."
- Georgette Heyer, The Grand Sophy

5. "Let us imagine a coming generation with such intrepidity of vision, with such a heroic penchant for the tremendous; let us imagine the bold stride of these dragon-slayers, the proud audacity with which they turn their back on all the weakling's doctrines of optimism in order to 'live resolutely' in wholeness and fullness: would it not be necessary for the tragic man of such a culture, in view of his self-education for seriousness and terror, to desire a new art, the art of metaphysical comfort, to desire tragedy as his own proper Helen, and to exclaim with Faust: Should not my longing overleap the distance And draw the fairest form into existence?" "Would it not be necessary?"--No, thrice no! O you young romantics: it would not be necessary! But it is highly probably that it will end that way, that you end that way--namely, "comforted," as it is written, in spite of all self-education for seriousness and terror, "comforted metaphysically"--in sum, as romantics end, as Christians."
- Friedrich Nietzsche, The Birth of Tragedy/The Case of Wagner

6. "Let us face ourselves. We are Hyperboreans; we know very well how far off we live. 'Neither by land nor by sea will you find the way to the Hyperboreans'—Pindar already knew this about us. Beyond the north, ice, and death—our life, our happiness. We have discovered happiness, we know the way, we have found the exit out of the labyrinth of thousands of years. Who else has found it? Modern man perhaps? 'I have got lost; I am everything that has got lost,' sighs modern man. This modernity was our sickness: lazy peace, cowardly compromise, the whole virtuous uncleanliness of the modern Yes and No. … Rather live in the ice than among modern virtues and other south winds! We were intrepid enough, we spared neither ourselves nor others; but for a long time we did not know where to turn with our intrepidity. We became gloomy, we were called fatalists. Our fatum—abundance, tension, the damming of strength. We thirsted for lightning and deeds and were most remote from the happiness of the"
- Friedrich Nietzsche, The Anti-Christ

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