- adj. Not discouraged.
- adj. not deterred
- un- + discouraged (Wiktionary)
“Carl Jolly met us outside, disappointed, he was still undiscouraged which is amazing when you consider the additional odds he is up against.”
“When out of work and still undiscouraged, he has been forced to "hit the road" between large cities in his quest for a job.”
“Cortalnd is undiscouraged by the failure of Getting To The Bottom of Love.”
“All these experiences of successes and failures and precarious living and narrow escapes have made me an undiscouraged old soldier.”
“Things were going well so far; I felt undiscouraged; after a moment's reflection I asked: "If you had a brother, would you like mashed bean sprouts?”
“He leaves New York on Sunday afternoon, no closer to an enlightened world, no closer to a free Tibet — and utterly undiscouraged.”
“Moved by some intuition or an “inner voice,” and undiscouraged by the obstacles that seemed insuperable to those around them, they pursued the course they had set themselves.”
“He was another year older, but still undiscouraged.”
“Thank God I live on a street here in Jerez where the residents try to discourage their kids from trick or treating, and when those few undiscouraged kids do come around they are mixing the tradiational Day of the Dead customs with those of Halloween.”
“When the driver had been paid, Babbing turned into the hotel, apparently oblivious of his escort; and Barney followed undiscouraged, with the bag.”
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