virtue (n.) 3
courage, valour, bravery
1H4 II.iv.115 [Falstaff to all] A plague of all cowards! ... Is there no virtue extant?
2H4 I.ii.170 [Falstaff to Lord Chief Justice] Virtue is of so little regard in these costermongers' times that true valour is turned bearherd
AC IV.viii.17 [Cleopatra to Antony] O infinite virtue
Cor I.i.38 [First Citizen to all, of Martius being proud] which he is, even to the altitude of his virtue
Cor III.i.73 [Coriolanus to all, of the nobles] Who lack not virtue, no, nor power
KL V.iii.103 [Albany to Edmund] Trust to thy single virtue
TNK III.vi.81 [Palamon to Arcite, describing his performance in the field] More by virtue; / You are modest

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