Definition of uncowed
: showing courage or boldness : not fearful or repressed He admires the Virgin's combination of uncowed curiosity and openness to God's will when Gabriel calls. — David Van Biema, Time, 21 Mar. 2005 It was … a defining statement for the Maryland program, saying to the world, We're young, confident and uncowed. — Kelli Anderson, Sports Illustrated, 20 Nov. 2006
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