Thesaurus / undismayed

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But, undismayed, he ran at his fleetest speed towards the river.

The Conservatives, however, undismayed by past defeats, determined again to contest the representation.

As ever undismayed by misfortune, he serenely gave the energies of his mind to the careful survey of the country around.

Daniel BooneJohn S. C. Abbott

"You are very considerate, sir, and I accept your offer," said the undismayed prisoner.

But otherwise she was ignorant, beautifully, childishly ignorant—and undismayed.

SeptimusWilliam J. Locke

He waited a whole year, just as confident of victory and undismayed as before.

Historical MiniaturesAugust Strindberg

Undismayed, however, I resort to the sign language, and make gestures to signify that I want to ascend.

She moved, frail and undismayed, to the source of revelation.

"I chanced on some information in the town last night," Dan persisted, undismayed by her outbreak.

He was buoyant and undismayed by trial, and for hours he orated eloquently upon his subject, which happened to be straw hats.

From Pillar to PostJohn Kendrick Bangs

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