- without fear; bold or brave; intrepid.
Origin of fearless
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Examples from the Web for fearlessness
Clinton said Zamora jolted people out of ignorance, and lived a life of “compassion and fearlessness.”Pedro Zamora, a Hero in the Real World
June 1, 2014
He bizarrely poured hot wax on her skin and fired a pistol at her skirts to test her fearlessness.The Man Who Tried to Raise a Wife
April 19, 2013
There was a Lucille Ball–like fearlessness to her daffy brand of physical comedy that seemed to be refreshingly natural.Amanda Bynes’s Makeover Picture: WTF?!
March 12, 2013
Miscavige became the leader of the church and chose as his lieutenant Marty Rathbun, who rose to fame because of his fearlessness.15 Scientology Revelations From Lawrence Wright’s ‘Going Clear’
The Daily Beast
January 16, 2013
This, the new generation of Baruch Goldsteinsand Yoel Lerners, is imbibing the doctrine of truth, fearlessness and xenophobia.'Kahane For Kids'
November 5, 2012
It did not occur to him that this fearlessness was founded upon experience and knowledge.White Fang
But still he remained incomprehensible in his simplicity, fearlessness, and rectitude.End of the Tether
Her inheritance of brain and blood had all the strength of his, and her fearlessness was his own.The Plunderer
I believed in her fearlessness in any adventure that would interest her.The Arrow of Gold
And within their own tribes they have justification for this fearlessness.
Word Origin and History for fearlessness
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper