- un- + fearful (Wiktionary)
“Eventually, though, she decided this was exactly what she was working so hard to protect -- this ordinary, unfearful life.”
“It is marketing gone to the extreme of the destruction of the individual as free and unfearful.”
“And now Camillus, being called to his sixth tribuneship, desired to be excused, as being aged, and perhaps not unfearful of the malice of fortune, and those reverses which seem to ensue upon great prosperity.”
“The slow peaceful-looking water wound through the valley and looked as unfearful as the Thames.”
“There was also a frank and unfearful attitude to death, and an acceptance of violence as a kind of ritual which no one accused or pardoned.”
“Surplice sat down gracefully and lightly on one of our beds, taking extreme care not to strain the somewhat capricious mechanism thereof; sat very proudly; erect; modest but unfearful.”
“The spaniel crouched by the door whining and scratching, and as Kerry came up it raised its beady black eyes to him with a look which, while it was not unfearful, held an unmistakable appeal.”
“A bee, overtaken in his busy pilfering by the obliterating dusk, hung on a nodding mountain flower, unfearful above the cañon's emptiness.”
“The whole thing was extraordinary and curious but unfearful, a storm of wind seemed blowing in her face.”
““Pray, sweet Agnes, pray to Him for strength to keep you, all unfearful, while passing through the Dark Valley.””
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