- without fear; bold or brave; intrepid.
Origin of fearless
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Examples from the Web for fearlessly
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I certainly used it as an opportunity to fearlessly allow my shadow self to drive the car for six months.OITNB’s New Villain Vee, Played By Lorraine Toussaint, Speaks for the First Time
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“Now this is the most fearlessly unsophisticated statement that anyone over the age of 15 has ever made,” May said.Gore Vidal Eulogized as Great American Wit, Cynic, Idealist
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How can a nation so boisterous and fearlessly irreverent be dismissed as a dictatorship?Is Chavez Going Down?
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She reminds me of her aunt in the portrait she fought for so fearlessly: stoic yet approachable, with a hint of a smile.Remembering Maria Altmann, Holocaust Hero Who Won Back Klimt Paintings
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I need not tell you to fight manfully and fearlessly in this quarrel.Micah Clarke
Arthur Conan Doyle
Vere's eyes did not fall, but met hers simply, fearlessly, yet not quite childishly.A Spirit in Prison
Fearlessly this emissary of love penetrates the realms of despair.Henry IV, Makers of History
John S. C. Abbott
Tell me frankly and fearlessly what it is that has ruffled you.Tony Butler
Charles James Lever
They understand the questions at issue and they vote conscientiously and fearlessly.
Word Origin and History for fearlessly
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