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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundauntedun‧daunt‧ed /ʌnˈdɔːntɪd $ -ˈdɒːn-/ adjective  CONTINUE/NOT STOPnot afraid of continuing to try to do something in spite of difficulties or danger syn undeterredundaunted by Undaunted by the enormity of the task, they began rebuilding the village.
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undauntedHills, however, is undaunted.This is a disappointment, but he remains undaunted.Our team of ballot counters, undaunted by the mammoth task before them, faithfully recorded your favorites.Paul Lexington seemed, as ever, undaunted by the small audience.Unconvinced, the battalion marched out of the city, but the undaunted colonel followed, arguing as he went.undaunted courageRoeser, undaunted, refuses to panic.So, intellectually unfashionable but undaunted, the idea of Utopia abandoned the world altogether and was launched into space.At first he had no press but, undaunted, wrote the paper by hand!undaunted byUndaunted by previous defeats, Baker said he is ready to win the election.
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