undeterred

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adjective un·de·terred \ˌən-di-ˈtərd, -dē-\

Definition of undeterred

  1. :  not discouraged or prevented from acting :  not deterred <a politician undeterred by criticism> <So far, Dallas, San Antonio and El Paso have rejected his offer … But Pickens, ever the wheeler-dealer, is undeterred. — Karen Breslau>

1607

First Known Use of undeterred

1607


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