Daunted [verb]

Definition of Daunted:

frighten, alarm

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Sentence/Example of Daunted:

It is said that his bold spirit, his capacity for work and his great influence daunted his most determined opponents.

Nothing daunted, Robert had gone into the kitchen to ask if they had anything to give the strikers.

Rather reap the field secured, the daunted conqueror reasoned, than risk devastation by grasping for more.

Charnock felt puzzled and somewhat daunted, but tried to put his arm round her waist.

Nothing daunted, however, we still advanced through shot and shell until we came to a hand-to-hand fight across the breastworks.

For a moment his undaunted bearing and the terrible threat he had uttered daunted them.

For that matter, he had often run risks that would have daunted engineers used to conservative English methods.

Mr. Soulis had heard tell o' black men mony's the time; but there was something unco about this black man that daunted him.

She had never seen such exquisite daintiness and it daunted her, although she would have died rather than admit it.

This daunted the enemy for a time, but the defenders were soon out of breath.