dauntlessly dauntlessly


  • (adv) without fear



  1. Helene, his wife, is dauntlessly affable, but, try though he will, Szell in company seems to be listening to the interior music that he likes better.
  2. He had been dauntlessly enthusiastic over the prospect of receiving an artificial heart.
  3. They did it by shooting from the lip, dauntlessly laying down a crossfire of patter that is often more fizzle than sizzle.


  • "Continue dauntlessly to proclaim that prescinding from God, acting as if he did not exist or relegating faith to the purely private sphere, undermines the truth about man and compromises the future of culture and society," the Pope said.
    on Jul 9, 2006 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: CathNews

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