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death-or-glory

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Definition of death-or-glory in English:

adjective

Brave to the point of foolhardiness; reckless: a death-or-glory approach to political problems
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  • I watched a few rugby matches on TV and they were all good fun, death-or-glory type affairs, a little lacking technically, but more than made up for in passion and commitment.
  • It was a death-or-glory attempt at bridging Lorne's lead, which was 22 points.
  • If anything, the impulses behind these death-or-glory games have been reversed.

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