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brazen / audacious / outrageous / bold / daring / fearless
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gall bladder / courage / guts / gall / inner container (e.g. bladder of a football, inner container of a thermos)
openly and without fear / brazenly
(saying) to be very scared and on edge
to act boldly
(courteous) to be so bold as to
sea urchin
rough gentian / Japanese gentian (Gentiana scabra)
panic-stricken / scared out of one's wits
hear the wind and lose gall (idiom); terror-stricken at the news
gall bladder
to be scared out of one's wits / to scare stiff
boldness in pursuing one's sexual urges
lit. to sleep on brushwood and taste gall (like King Gou Jian of Yue 勾踐|勾践), in order to recall one's humiliations) (idiom) / fig. to maintain one's resolve for revenge
solitary hero / maverick
lit. to lie on firewood and taste gall (idiom); fig. suffering patiently, but firmly resolved on revenge
courage
cowardly
bear gall (used in TCM)
devoid of fear (idiom) / intrepid
to be scared stiff
lit. to open one's liver and drip gall (idiom); wholehearted loyalty
snake gall (used in TCM)
individually courageous
to be perverse and suggestive towards the opposite sex, but shrinking back when provoked to act on it / to have perverted thoughts but no guts to actually do it / to be all talk and no action
to eat bear heart and leopard gall (idiom) / to pluck up some courage
to pour out one's heart (idiom)
rare food / ambrosia (delicacy)
to be completely honest and sincere (idiom)
in mortal fear (idiom)


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