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Related to dauntlessness: courageously, braveness
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Showing dauntlessness he clarified that he will not let anyone to rob his mandate.
It was the dauntlessness of German junior leaders that kept them fighting World Wars despite the fall-down of command structure.
Through sheer hard work, dauntlessness and sincerity, she became the face of the country's largest political party, PPP, and by virtue of her own personal background and dedication, she became the voice of the middle class.
And besides his steadiness during those figurative storms, many would look to 2005 and cite his dauntlessness during and after a literal storm called Hurricane Katrina.
55) And a model of youthful energy and dauntlessness, he terrifies Scout with death-defying feats of throwing open the gate to the Radley house, running up to it, and slapping the house's side.
In addition, boldness has been historically defined with synonyms such as courage, bravery, intrepidity, dauntlessness, hardihood, and assurance.
Schimmelpenninck's definition of the contemplative sublime in terms of dauntlessness does hold out the promise of empowerment through active engagement in spiritual community.
Yet where common sense is paired with the utmost dauntlessness, as it is in Hume, it seems to me that its restriction to the psychological, its abstention from German metaphysics, is to the advantage of the English mind" (Worterbuch 2: 360; qtd from Haller 58).