Definition of undaunted in English:

undaunted

Line breaks: un|daunt¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdɔːntɪd
 
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adjective

Not intimidated or discouraged by difficulty, danger, or disappointment: they were undaunted by the huge amount of work needed
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  • The intrepid cast are undaunted by the difficulties of the shoot.
  • He was saved by undaunted courage, his own and that of hundreds of men.
  • In recent years Pete suffered grievously from stomach cancer, but his courage and commitment remained undaunted.
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undauntedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • He stood undauntedly against barbarity, brutality and injustice.
  • Nevertheless, I undauntedly continued to repeatedly pester them.
  • ‘Let them get close,’ replied the captain undauntedly.

undauntedness

noun
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  • My undauntedness was just then shattered by the sound of very large plates landing on our table.
  • But I've been regretting my undauntedness because it makes me seem callous to my wife's difficulty with the wait.
  • The present Chinese acrobatics is full of optimism and well reflects the industry, resourcefulness, courage and undauntedness of the Chinese people.

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