undaunted

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Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ daunted

Adjective[edit]

undaunted

  1. Showing courage and resolution.
    • 1750, Thomas Morell (lyrics), George Frideric Handel (music), “Theodora”‎[1]:
      Undaunted in the court stands Didymus, virtuously proud of rescued innocence.
  2. Not shaken, discouraged or disheartened.

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