Definition of dauntless in English:

dauntless

Syllabification: daunt·less
Pronunciation: /ˈdôntlis, ˈdänt-
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

dauntlessly

adverb
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  • Pamuk seizes upon the burning issues of the present, fighting for human and minority rights and taking a stand on his country's politics as dauntlessly as he looks back at its great Osmanian past.
  • During his fearless actions he was blown down by artillery and grenade blasts three times but each time he dauntlessly returned to his position, tenaciously fighting and successfully repelling hostile attacks.
  • A stonemason by trade, he dauntlessly studies Latin and Greek with the rigorous mind of a classical scholar in preparation for entering the ivy-covered Gothic halls of Christminster, a college town supposed to evoke Oxford.

dauntlessness

noun
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  • Intrepid implies absolute fearlessness & especially suggests dauntlessness in facing the new or unknown.
  • Struck by his desperate dauntlessness, and his wild desire to visit Christendom, the captain at last relented, and told him he might make himself at home.
  • Mamoon was surprised and amazed at the boldness, dauntlessness and training of that child and asked, ‘What is your name?’

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