/ (ˌʌnəˈfreɪd) /

adjective(postpositive often foll by of)
  1. not frightened: unafraid to break new ground

Words Nearby unafraid

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How to use unafraid in a sentence

  • They were a well-matched pair; iron-nerved, both of them, the sort of men to face sudden death open-eyed and unafraid.

    Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • His is ill syntax with heaven; and by unfeared he means unafraid: Words of a quite contrary signification.

  • She sat up very straight and stared steadily in front of her, as if she faced, unafraid, the invincible necessity.

    The Creators | May Sinclair
  • The rabbit's eyes were a deeper blue than his fur, and the pretty creature seemed friendly and unafraid.

    The Tin Woodman of Oz | L. Frank Baum
  • The forms of other actorinesI put away into the shade; All of them flossy near-blondinesFind and shall find me unafraid.