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  • adj. Not terrified.


un- +‎ terrified (Wiktionary)


  • Still there was no collision with the citizens, although the representatives of the "unterrified" had sworn that there should be no arrests in Chicago during the Convention.

    The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details

  • With Peace in their mouths and contention in their hearts, the "unterrified" resolved upon a great meeting, to be held in Peoria.

    The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details

  • The process usually followed in instituting the Temple Degree, was to send missionaries with authority, into the districts proposed to be organized, who called together such of the "unterrified" leaders as were known to be

    The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details

  • "'Among the faithless, faithful only he' Among the innumerable false, unmoved, unshaken, unseduced, unterrified, that is my sword.

    Frederick the Great and His Family

  • In this we do not wish to be understood that all men who have heretofore voted the "unterrified" ticket, have knowingly and willingly given aid and comfort to the treasonable plans and purposes of their leaders, for our personal acquaintance among that class of anti-administration men, is sufficient to enable us to say, with confidence, that many of them are as loyal at heart as any man who ever breathed the air of an American freeman.

    The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details

  • I keep sitting down here and trying to write about how terrified and unterrified and overwhelmed and unenthused I am.

    hamletwildie Diary Entry

  • It was a style unapologetic to traditional aesthetics, but alive to the needs and impulses of the moment: pared-down and vernacular in diction, unterrified of authority or manners, wisecracking, brutally frank except when it was hoaxing, joyously attuned to terrain, and above all, attuned to the fate and the legitimate viewpoint of the common man.

    Mark Twain

  • He has delivered yourself to your care, and says, “I had no one fitter to intrust him to than yourself: keep him for me such as he is by nature, modest, faithful, erect, unterrified, free from passion and perturbation.”

    The Discourses of Epictetus

  • The chevalier, unterrified by this dreadful salutation, desired he would accompany him to a more convenient place; and the world might have been deprived of one or both these knights-errant, had not General Macleaver, at the desire of his majesty, interposed, and found means to bring matters to an accommodation.

    The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom

  • He had never before in all his experience come up against a more ruthless type — suave, bland, forceful, unterrified.

    The Financier


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