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  • adv. In a fearless manner; without fear.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a fearless or courageous manner; without fear; intrepidly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without fear


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  • "Our greatest achievement has been in fearlessly taking on the state," notes Shabnam Hashmi, the co-founder.

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  • Ok, so just after doing a little post on the poodle/sheep hoax, I dive once again fearlessly into the probably too bizarre.

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  • … reminds me of an image Deirdre Bair sketches in her biography of the game young Samuel used to play diving fearlessly from the tops of tall trees, crashing through branches to the ground.

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  • So when the air is heavy with imposture, and men live only to make money, and the service of God is become a thing of words and ceremonies, and the kingdom of heaven is bought and sold, and all that is high and pure in man is smothered by corruption -- fire of the same kind bursts out in higher natures with a fierceness which cannot be controlled; and, confident in truth and right, they call fearlessly on the seven thousand in Israel who have not bowed the knee to Baal to rise and stand by them.

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  • I only wish that I could be self-possessed enough to offer it fearlessly, which is something Lucinda has talked to me about.

    Mike Ragogna: With Love To Seamus, Lucinda, and Leonard : A Conversation With Matthew Ryan

  • All our ads call on young people to stand up and fight for the ideas and values that they believe in, using our democracy as a tool for ongoing justice and social change, and to vote 'fearlessly' on Nov. 2.

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  • Orwell's notable feat as a stylist, seems - to me - to be his ability to convince us that he is fearlessly rational and objective; and that, moreover, we are exactly the kind of fearlessly rational and objective readers who can fully appreciate it.

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  • Students and lecturers at tertiary institutions who want to uphold high learning standards should be defended "fearlessly",

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  • In an opinion piece for The Australian newspaper after his arrest, Assange said the website was "fearlessly" pursuing facts in the public interest.

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  • Drenched in blood, the team members worked "fearlessly", he recalls.



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  • "Eins, zwei, drei, fuenf" enumerated Tom, fearlessly.

    October 20, 2007