dauntless

[ dawnt-lis, dahnt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dauntless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAUNTLESS

And, firm and dauntless, Morton laid his hand on the giant's vest.

But she has never since been quite so dauntless, quite so full of the joy of life.

So faithful in love, and so dauntless in war, There never was knight like the young Lochinvar.

And straight against that great array, forth went the dauntless three.

To his bower was Beowulf brought in haste, dauntless victor.

There was a dauntless spirit of resolution in the eyes of the younger man.

Was there any virtue at all in that dauntless enterprise of hers?

And up rose the dauntless Matilda, who feared neither man nor ghost.

It was with this dauntless spirit we entered on the task before us.

Why did not every man of the tribe of Simeon become a Goel to the dauntless assassin?

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