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unafraid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunafraidun‧a‧fraid /ˌʌnəˈfreɪd/ adjective [not before noun] written 🔊 🔊 1 not frightened 🔊 She was exhausted but unafraid.unafraid of 🔊 The rats were huge and completely unafraid of human beings.2 confident that you can do something or deal with somethingunafraid of (doing) something 🔊 a gifted writer who is unafraid of trying new thingsunafraid to do something 🔊 an independent woman unafraid to say what she believes
Examples from the Corpus
unafraidIndividuals with specific fears and phobias can learn to become unafraid.The residents themselves say they were unafraid.Upright, she was weary but unafraid.He saw himself go inside, a fellow on a quiet street doing ordinary things, unafraid of being watched.Great Groups are inevitably forged by people unafraid of hiring people better than themselves.The Leafs were unafraid of taking gambles, willing to trade chances with their opponents.He reached for that door in the same mechanical, unafraid way and threw it open.unafraid of (doing) somethingHe saw himself go inside, a fellow on a quiet street doing ordinary things, unafraid of being watched.The Manzi brothers, pictured here, are unafraid of clothes that suggest they need ironing.Great Groups are inevitably forged by people unafraid of hiring people better than themselves.Really big and completely unafraid of human beings.And gambol with the natives: penguins and southern seals, charming and unafraid of mankind in this frozen and beautiful world.Sir Lewis' avuncular features mask a hard-nosed businessman unafraid of putting financial exigency before personal sentiment.The Leafs were unafraid of taking gambles, willing to trade chances with their opponents.He must be unafraid of unpopularity.
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