from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Not admitting of discouragement: undauntable heroism; undauntable optimism.

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  • adj. Incapable of being daunted; intrepid; fearless.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Incapable of being daunted; intrepid; fearless; indomitable.


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un- +‎ dauntable


  • Ms. Swinton says that from the moment she met Mr. Guadagnino, she knew she was dealing with an artist who knew exactly what he wanted, adding, "he's a very undauntable person."

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  • The proof of this, so often and so tragically forgotten, is that the costs of providing an undauntable defense, whatever they may be, pale before blood and defeat.

    America's Dangerous Rush to Shrink Its Military Power

  • His lemming-like followers apparently admire that undauntable confidence, while they ignore the cliff ahead.

    John Seery: "Bush Republicans"

  • She was resolute, he saw; undauntable; with no more fear of him than of a worm.

    Dombey and Son

  • Gentlemen, nothing was more remarkable in these fine descendants of our forefathers than the invincible determination with which they fought against odds, and the undauntable spirit with which they resisted defeat.

    Speeches: Literary and Social

  • The once dazzling and undauntable Izzy Bauman, at 45, is a shadow of her former self, and nearly twice the size.

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  • Jewell which I most esteeme, but also mighty and unvalewable treasure, to be wonne without any difficult labour, or hazard of a dangerous fight, you being men of such undauntable courage.

    The Decameron

  • There was such a courageous sincerity in this theme, such undauntable resolve; it expressed more plainly than words what he intended his life of the next few years to be; for he was full to the brim of ambitious intentions, which he had never yet had a chance of putting into practice.

    Maurice Guest

  • It might be that what gives it its unique light is Candy Barr herself; in those days she was a young woman of unusual grace, quick humor and a kind of undauntable playfulness.

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  • Having a tempter about him of Vautrin's calibre, strong, undauntable, as humorous as Dickens 'Jingle, but infinitely more unscrupulous and dangerous, Rastignac is gained over, in spite of his first repulsion.



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