dauntlessness

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAUNTLESSNESS

But his defiance was the defiance of a Christian, the dauntlessness of a knight of the Holy Ghost.

How the North Sea men would envy them and their dower of dauntlessness!

"I'd be willing to do this every morning—for you—for us," he ventured, his heart thumping at its own dauntlessness.

An unexpected show of dauntlessness in a native compelled from them a ready recognition of his courage.

If there be any finer example of dauntlessness in the heart of man, the novellers have not yet portrayed it for us.

Her dauntlessness, the old defiance, were a relief—a really delicious relief.

Her dauntlessness was quelled by fatigue, and by the chill weight of these eyes fixed upon her.

Commandant L. Wessels, famous for his dauntlessness, was the first to open fire by lodging a shot in one of the enemy's tents.

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