have the courage of your convictions


have the courage of your convictions
have the courage of (your/its) convictions to do or say what you think is right no matter who disagrees with you.

He has the courage of his convictions to do what is right even when other disagree.

“What is needed is a political party with the courage of its convictions,” Chad said.

Related vocabulary: stand up and be counted

New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • have the courage of your convictions — have the courage of (your) convictions to have the confidence to do or say what you think is right even when other people disagree. Have the courage of your convictions don t go out to work if you feel your children need you at home …   New idioms dictionary

  • have the courage of your convictions — have/lack the courage of your conˈvictions idiom to be/not be brave enough to do what you feel to be right Main entry: ↑courageidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • to have the courage of your convictions — If you have the courage of your convictions, you are brave enough to do what you feel is right, despite any pressure for you to do something different …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • have the courage of its convictions — have the courage of (your/its) convictions to do or say what you think is right no matter who disagrees with you. He has the courage of his convictions to do what is right even when other disagree. “What is needed is a political party with the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have the courage of your (own) convictions — phrase to continue to say or do what you think is right, even when other people think you are wrong Thesaurus: to not change, or to refuse to change your opinionsynonym Main entry: courage …   Useful english dictionary

  • lack the courage of your convictions — have/lack the courage of your conˈvictions idiom to be/not be brave enough to do what you feel to be right Main entry: ↑courageidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have the courage of convictions — have the courage of (your) convictions to have the confidence to do or say what you think is right even when other people disagree. Have the courage of your convictions don t go out to work if you feel your children need you at home …   New idioms dictionary

  • have the courage of convictions — have the courage of (your/its) convictions to do or say what you think is right no matter who disagrees with you. He has the courage of his convictions to do what is right even when other disagree. “What is needed is a political party with the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have the courage of one's convictions — {v. phr.} To be brave enough to act according to your beliefs. * /Steve showed that he had the courage of his convictions by refusing to help another student cheat in the exam./ * /Owen knew that Pete had started the fight, but he was afraid to… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • have the courage of one's convictions — {v. phr.} To be brave enough to act according to your beliefs. * /Steve showed that he had the courage of his convictions by refusing to help another student cheat in the exam./ * /Owen knew that Pete had started the fight, but he was afraid to… …   Dictionary of American idioms