θρασύν, bold, enterprising; εὐκάρδιον, stout-hearted in facing danger; ἄτρεστον, intrepid in the critical stress of fight. The good sense of “θρασύς” is frequent in poetry from Homer onwards, though in Attic prose the bad sense predominates.
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