Synonyms of daunt in English:

daunt

verb

  • it will take more than December sleet and gales to daunt the crews
    intimidate, abash, take aback, shake, ruffle, throw, demoralize, discourage; deter, put off, dishearten, dispirit, deject, sap, cow, overawe, awe, frighten, scare, alarm, unman, dismay, distress, disconcert, discompose, perturb, upset, discomfit, unsettle, unnerve, disquiet, subdue; throw off balance, put someone off their stroke, cause someone to lose their composure, confound, panic, stupefy, stun
    informal rattle, faze, put into a flap, throw into a tizz, discombobulate, shake up, psych
    British informal put the wind up
    [Antonyms] encourage, hearten
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