undaunted

adjective
un·​daunt·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈdȯn-təd How to pronounce undaunted (audio) , -ˈdän-\

Definition of undaunted

: courageously resolute especially in the face of danger or difficulty : not discouraged

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undauntedly adverb

Examples of undaunted in a Sentence

The firefighters were undaunted by the dangerous conditions they faced. Undaunted, they continued on their journey.

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Daenerys, as usual, seems undaunted by the massive downsizing of her troops. Ineye Komonibo, Marie Claire, "Will the Golden Company Betray Cersei Lannister and Determine Westeros' Ruler?," 30 Apr. 2019 Mosby says her office has remained undaunted despite four police commissioners, Gray’s death and unprecedented police corruption scandals. Tim Prudente, baltimoresun.com, "Baltimore state's attorney race heats up morning radio during second debate," 13 June 2018 The Parkland survivors have emerged as undaunted advocates for gun policy reform as well as Twitter and Instagram celebrities. Jeff Barker, Washington Post, "School shootings spur students to write — or text — letters to lawmakers," 28 June 2018 But Fadi's brother Ali, undaunted, is already looking forward to next year. Cormac O'brien, The Christian Science Monitor, "Refugees in Ireland find their footing with soccer tournament," 5 July 2018 The Parkland survivors have emerged as undaunted advocates for gun policy reform as well as Twitter and Instagram celebrities. Jeff Barker, Washington Post, "School shootings spur students to write — or text — letters to lawmakers," 28 June 2018 For her part, Waller-Bridge was surprised but undaunted by the proposition of writing Killing Eve. David Kamp, WSJ, "Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a Powerhouse on the Rise," 5 Nov. 2018 The Parkland survivors have emerged as undaunted advocates for gun policy reform as well as Twitter and Instagram celebrities. Jeff Barker, Washington Post, "School shootings spur students to write — or text — letters to lawmakers," 28 June 2018 The Parkland survivors have emerged as undaunted advocates for gun policy reform as well as Twitter and Instagram celebrities. Jeff Barker, Washington Post, "School shootings spur students to write — or text — letters to lawmakers," 28 June 2018

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First Known Use of undaunted

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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undaunted

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undaunted

: not afraid to continue doing something or trying to do something even though there are problems, dangers, etc.

undaunted

adjective
un·​daunt·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈdȯn-təd How to pronounce undaunted (audio) \

Kids Definition of undaunted

: not discouraged or afraid to continue She was undaunted despite setbacks.

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