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  • adjective not deterred or put off; undiscouraged

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  • adjective not deterred

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Examples

  • There are hundreds of thousands of survivors, and if I know anything about middle America, it is that we will remain undeterred and, despite the odds and despite how corny it sounds, optimistic.

    Balloon Juice » 2005 » August

  • He said his group is "undeterred" in continuing to pursue laws aimed at taking illegal guns off the streets.

    High Court Ruling Seen as Challenge to N.Y. Gun Permits

  • WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT: That they respect what President Putin has to say, but President Bush profoundly disagrees and he will be -- quote -- "undeterred" by the criticism he is hearing from Moscow, Paris, at the United Nations, and other key capitals around the world.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2003

  • We are told by a senior administration official that the president is well aware of the criticism from President Vladimir Putin and other world leaders but that he is "undeterred" and that the campaign will continue.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2003

  • Mr Sandstrom, for his part, says he is "undeterred" by last week's federal court decision to suspend parts of SB1070 and will next week unveil an improved bill for Utah.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Mr Ainsworth said that reaching the sad Afghanistan are "undeterred" by the violence despite the UK military death toll passing 200.

    WN.com - Articles related to Clinton: terrorists increasing threat to Pakistan

  • Despite everything and everyone telling them to give up their dreams, Lips and Robb remain undeterred which is the center and heart of the movie.

    Day in Rock Report

  • London seemed highly pleased with Eisenkot's determination to "destroy Lebanon", undeterred "by the protests of the 'world'".

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • London seemed highly pleased with Eisenkot's determination to "destroy Lebanon", undeterred "by the protests of the 'world'".

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • London seemed highly pleased with Eisenkot's determination to "destroy Lebanon", undeterred "by the protests of the 'world'".

    Window Into Palestine

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