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- adj. Not dismayed; hopeful; calm.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not dismayed; not disheartened by fear; not discouraged.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unshaken in purpose
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Tonto lives on a living room shelf, undismayed by the fact that one leg is inexplicably shorter than the other, happy to be brought down to entertain any visiting toddler.
The city folk were great of heart and, undismayed, and I noted the habit of "repeating" was becoming general ..
This was the first dog he had seen leap with bared teeth, undismayed, to grapple with the huge unknown.
Romney supporters said they were undismayed by the attacks on the candidates in recent days over his time as chief executive at Bain Capital, laying off thousands of workers.
Black claimed to be undismayed about the prospect of jail time.
After these words he turned to the messenger whom Hingwar had sent to him, and said to him undismayed: Verily you would now be worthy of death, but I will not defile my clean hands with your foul blood, because I follow Christ, who has given us an example, and I will happily be slain by you, if God has so ordained.
Frau Bergerebuss is the scrawny, undersized but undismayed pivot of life in a dreary basement flat . . .
Next to actually being undismayed by his professional responsibilities, he valued the appearance of tranquillity.
Mark stood quiet and still, staring down in undismayed compassion.
Narby nodded, completely undismayed by the idea of assassination as a policy.