undaunted

[ uhn-dawn-tid, -dahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF undaunted
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It must be said of him, however, that he was a man of cool and undaunted courage.

It persists; it is of an undaunted boldness and of a fortitude not to be wearied out.

The Captain's face was blackened, and his clothes were scorched, but his spirit was undaunted.

"I have no orders to surrender, —— you," returned the undaunted confederate.

He was a bold, undaunted, and energetic seaman, but unprincipled and merciless.

"Well, I made one just the same," was Jimmie's undaunted retort.

Phyllis, undaunted as always, leaned and kissed the withered cheek.

But the commander of the Oregon was undaunted by what he had done.

I have good reason to know your persistence, and your undaunted courage.

"That is precisely what I desire," replied his undaunted helpmate.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., with reference to horses, "untamed, not broken in," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of daunt (v.). In reference to persons, meaning "intrepid" is recorded from 1580s.

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