daunt[ dawnt, dahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF daunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAUNT
She felt a dismal suspicion that this was going to daunt her.
Happy, healthy, hearty and with a fund of good nature that nothing could daunt.
All night he ran, blundering in the darkness into mishaps and obstacles that delayed but did not daunt.
If they are imaginary, there is too much in this Book against quackery to daunt us.
These were not considerations to daunt a soldier, a valiant man of war.
But creeping-plant and bramble-spray Have wrought a net to daunt me now.
He declared that no opposition, derision, or contempt, should daunt him.
Even the storm at its height could not daunt such furious riders.
But it took more than that to daunt Louisa when her mind was made up.
They had been in the same emergency before, so it did not daunt their enthusiasm.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DAUNT
- foul up
- get to
- louse up
- mess up
- muck up
- put off
- screw up
- take aback
- throw into a tizzy
- chill to the bone
- curdle the blood
- make blood run cold
- make teeth chatter
- scare away
- scare off
- scare to death
- strike terror into