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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfearlessfear‧less /ˈfɪələs $ ˈfɪr-/ adjective  BRAVEnot afraid of anything These dogs are absolutely fearless. a fearless explorersee thesaurus at bravefearlessly adverbfearlessness noun [uncountable]
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fearlessAnyway, it is extremely helpful in a young career because it leaves you fearless.Fierce, loyal, bold, and fearless.These animals are fearless and very aggressive.Conservatives view the speaker as fearless, committed, and a fiery spokesman of their beliefs.He was fearless in his attacks on public figures whose actions he considered unconscionable.Her fearless opposition to the military dictatorship has won admiration from around the world.Phil was always a fearless seaman, and I am a very cautious one.They were said to be fearless swordsmen and able to shoot a man between the eyes at a hundred paces.He makes the best grilled cheese sandwiches and scrambled eggs because of his fearless use of butter.The Comanches were great and fearless warriors.
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