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In the book’s final pages, having sifted through a daunting tangle of conflicting accounts and agendas, she arrives at a set of wrenching conclusions about the crime.
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.
No misfortunes could disturb the serenity of her soul, and no accumulating perils could daunt her courage.
He was experiencing a strange new joy of possession, which no possibility of ridicule could daunt.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
He declared that no opposition, derision, or contempt, should daunt him.
Even the storm at its height could not daunt such furious riders.
She inspired us with a courage, a power, and a confidence in her and in our cause, which nothing could shake or daunt.
A HEROINE OF FRANCEEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN
The city walls, grimly bastioned, ran in bold zigzags across the face of the steep in a way to daunt assailants.
Her brave mind, that nothing could daunt but loneliness, faced the great adventure ahead not only undaunted but uplifted.
THE BEACH OF DREAMSH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
Well, that day, as he moved about among Daunt's treasures, the Diana followed him everywhere.

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