- to call forth one's courage, resolution, etc., as after defeat or disappointment
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Origin of Brace
Middle English from Old French the two arms from Vulgar Latin bracia from Latin bracchia, brāchia pl. of bracchium brāchium arm from Greek brakhīōn upper arm mregh-u- in Indo-European roots V., partly from Old French bracier from Old French brace the two arms
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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