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Definition of "unintimidated" [unintimidated]

  • Not intimidated (adjective)

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Use "unintimidated" in a sentence
  • "The now-rote hysteria with which non-Israeli criticism of Israel is met -- most recently dismayingly effective in quashing Chas Freeman as President Obama's nominee to chair the National Intelligence Council -- has a considerable and ignoble record of stifling opinion and preventing unintimidated, meaningful discussion, in the cultural sphere as well as in the political."
  • "He was a pretty big guy, who would make a point of approaching any crowd of rowdies, who would generally demonstrate their rowdiness by what was then called ‘mopery’, which basically meant being publicly unintimidated."
  • "He is also mad, measurably so, but saner than all others, with the best sanity, the only sanity worth bothering about — the living, creative, vulnerable, valorous, unintimidated, and arrogant sanity of a free man."