lose courage

See: fear
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But this was just what I wanted, to find you alone," be began, not sitting down, and not looking at her, so as not to lose courage.
He was afraid the adventure on which he had set out would be spoiled, that he would lose courage and turn back.
But he did not lose courage, and ran back to the stream with his pitcher, filled it once more with water, and was home ten minutes before the King's daughter arrived.
We have kissed each other--we have promised each other not to lose courage.
Winning four games from 32 doesn't give you belief, it doesn't grow that and therefore you can get a little negative and lose courage on the field.
As we ask Allah Almighty to help and guide our work, we pray for Him to maintain the Arab and Islamic peoples' security and stability in these circumstances and challenges that require all brethren to stand as one man renouncing any passing disagreement and adhering to the words of Allah Almighty: "And obey Allah and His Messenger, and do not dispute and [thus] lose courage and [then] your strength would depart; and be patient.
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain, would like to make it clear that, based on that which is dictated by the principles of the Islamic Sharia on the need for unity and cooperation in compliance with the words of Allah: "And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together and do not become divided", and "And do not dispute and [thus] lose courage and [then] your strength would depart".
In a letter from Hugo Klein to his children, Kay, Hanna and brothers Siegbert ( Robert), Ludwig and Walter who were all taken by Kindertransport to England, he writes: "The time is drawing near, tomorrow we find out our fate, it hardly bears thinking about, all the same we will not lose courage.
Giving message to the victim girl of India, she said " don't lose courage, not to gag your voice and keep your self sturdy, strong and dauntless".
I would like to believe others who have or are subject to a rape or incest or crimes of this horrific nature would not lose courage in coming forward.
Set 130 to win, Pakistan were going along nicely at 107-4 with 23 needed off the last three overs and 17 off the remaining two, but Stuart Broad and Jade Dernbach did not lose courage and pulled off the win in the final over.
EOPM is of the view that if Pakistani government does not act, it would force the moderate politicians, leaders, media and human rights defenders to lose courage and this would further escalate the process of radicalisation.