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Definition of "daunted" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of daunt. (verb)

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Use "daunted" in a sentence
  • "Sir Harry, while curbing the military from any act of retaliation against the insults heaped on them,195 was not to be daunted from the line he had taken up, and with his usual energy devised arrangements for supplying Government servants with meat and bread."
  • "I looked at her coldly; the torrent of her words was suddenly checked, something in my expression daunted her; she trembled and shrunk back."
  • "Prag­mat­i­cally, if I’m not work­ing for a news orga­ni­za­tion, I’m daunted from the task of report­ing by the prospect of the ques­tion, “Who are you with?” or “Where is this going to go?”"