verb (used with object), dis·cour·aged, dis·cour·ag·ing.
verb (used without object), dis·cour·aged, dis·cour·ag·ing.
Origin of discourage
SYNONYMS FOR discourage
Examples from the Web for undiscouraged
Undiscouraged, Mr. Quince, with practiced hand, continued to seek for Mr. Jones with the iron hook.The Triumph of Virginia Dale|John Francis, Jr.
But, undiscouraged, Jack had refilled the machine and was awaiting results.
But the Boy, though in his heart troubled and surprised, kept an undiscouraged face, and advised the hunters not to crow too soon.Red Fox|Charles G. D. Roberts
“I shall go out every day till I find something to do,” said Rupert, with the undiscouraged fervour of youth.In Connection with the De Willoughby Claim|Frances Hodgson Burnett
Undiscouraged and undismayed, he kept on playing football until in his last year he became captain of the Exeter football team.The Training of a Forester|Gifford Pinchot