fearless[ feer-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF fearless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEARLESS
She advanced, I cannot say fearless, but therefore only the more brave.
So fearless were they, that they made nothing of creeping in among the folds of his garments.
She noted his fearless poise, and she saw the gallant spirit in his eye.
Only her eyes were unchanged, the laughing, fearless eyes of old.
Quinn was fearless, daring, indefatigable; but Quinn was not Ferry.
Caeri was awed by the noble and fearless manner of the stranger.
His memory of her beautiful, dark, fearless eyes was too plainly in his mind for that.
Lotty was a fearless rider and what men called "a real good sort."
Although she was gay and fearless, she was exquisitely sensitive.
Like the spectators at the time, we cannot pity Socrates; his mien and his language are so noble and fearless.
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