Origin of undaunted
Related formsun·daunt·ed·ly, adverbun·daunt·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for undaunted
His spirits were undaunted, and his faith in his mission as firm as ever.When Robert E. Lee Met John Brown and Saved the Union|Michael Korda|May 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Undaunted, she complained in an email to Berg and CEO Ana Maria Chávez and got a second, much more attentive, phone meeting.
Undaunted, the CRICCF lodged its complaint against both Dylan and the French publishers of Rolling Stone.Dylan’s Candor Gets Misconstrued as Hate Speech in France|Ian Bell|December 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Unbowed, undaunted, defiant, and committed are the words that shout out when looking at these remarkable photographs,” he wrote.Bryan Adams’s Unlikely, Compelling Portrait Photography Book ‘Wounded’|Nico Hines|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Onto this financial minefield swaggered Suze Orman, undaunted.
Yet having drawn all these facts into consideration, she was undaunted.Sally Bishop|E. Temple Thurston
Cheerfulness itself means poise—a wholesome, happy, undaunted poise that makes life well-balanced and worth the living.Book of Etiquette|Lillian Eichler
Forthwith there was a body of the green-sleeves right before Shanvilla, who came on with their ball, tip by tip, undaunted.
Sailors know what it is, and conquering it by cool determination and undaunted bravery, nobly do their duty.
In the following early summer, the undaunted workers began again, and completed an erection of three storeys by September.Grace Darling|Eva Hope