One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A successful person is often one who is willing to take risks.
- ‘But if fortune favours the brave, the racecourse and its manager deserve good luck, better weather and a successful festival.’
- ‘One of the smartest pieces of advice offered by the author of The Prince was that fortune favours the brave.’
- ‘But fortune favours the brave and Wanderers have been rewarded for their bold buying policy.’
- ‘It is said that fortune favours the brave and that was certainly the case as the swimmers took to the icy waters despite the unfavourable elements, giving a teeth-chattering rendition of Jingle Bells as they did so.’
- ‘They would not compromise their belief that fortune favours the brave.’
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