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The reason why I wasn’t intimidated, or daunted, by all those hats that I wore in making the film was because even from the start, I had a very clear idea of the film that I wanted to make.

Nothing could daunt the Jesuits—not the loss of all they had, nor protracted suffering, nor cruel death.

So I am a fearsome man in the dark, though in the day no man may daunt me.

Apart from this essential failure, Mrs. Daunt knew only one other.

Paths of JudgementAnne Douglas Sedgwick

But that did not daunt those whose hearts were in the cause.

The Slipper Point MysteryAugusta Huiell Seaman

It seemed to grow hotter the further he pushed; but even that did not daunt him.

The Banner Boy ScoutsGeorge A. Warren

Nevertheless, the storm had never yet arisen which could daunt him.

Appearances were against him and her, but none but fools would allow that to daunt them.

The Man Thou GavestHarriet T. Comstock

The British all agree that the German troops have an unflinching, dogged, brutal courage, which nothing seems to daunt.

The very sight of these impediments, would have appalled a less courageous spirit than Sheppard's—but nothing could daunt him.

Jack Sheppard, Vol. II (of III)W. Harrison Ainsworth

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