Melodramatic behavior or language: "We trust the home . . . will come with responses without all the political heroics” ( Atlanta Constitution).
A heroic verse: most often utilized in the plural, occasionally sarcastically into the feeling of bombast, or extravagant expressions of admiration or praise: because, to go into heroics over a picture.
a verse kind worthy of the treatment of heroic or increased themes; dactylic hexameter or iambic pentameter
Having or showing the smoothness or attributes of a hero; daring; intrepid; determined: as, a heroic warrior or explorer.
Of or related to heroes; appropriate into the character of a hero; strong, bold, noble, or commanding in proportions, form, or quality: as, a heroic statue or memorial; a heroic poem or symphony; a heroic enterprise; specifically, in art, bigger than life: stated of a statue, or a figure in a picture. See heroic dimensions, below.
Having recourse to extreme measures; boldly experimental; daring; rash: because, heroic treatment.
Synonyms Gallant, Valiant, etc. (see courageous), bold, fearless, dauntless.