dauntless

Part of speech: adverb

Dauntlessly.

Part of speech: noun

Dauntlessness.

Part of speech: adjective

Fearless; intrepid.

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Usage examples "dauntless":

  1. " An' I need no man to tell me that," said the dauntless Sandy, as he gave back the hearty hand- grip of his friend; " an' she'll never repent it, the longest day o' her life, if she'll ha' me for her man." - "Between Whiles", Helen Hunt Jackson.
  2. There were high- spirited dauntless Belgian officers, in their picturesque uniforms, French and English business men, and a sprinkling of French and English War- Correspondents. - "A Woman's Experience in the Great War", Louise Mack.
  3. For a week this small force clung to their positions by dint of magnificent fighting and dauntless pluck, until the main army from the Aisne under General Sir John French joined forces with them. - "With The Immortal Seventh Division", E. J. Kennedy and the Lord Bishop of Winchester.