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Use "undauntedness" in a sentence
"Not only because the demonstrations were conducted with such dignity, unanimity of purpose, and uniform discipline (a human river of white shirts and blouses as compared to the motley look of antiwar demos), but because the spokespeople for the other side are putting their case with a passion, logic, pride, command of history, and undauntedness that leaves their debate adversaries dangling off the hook."
"The undauntedness of the act frightened the Spaniards; who, from the nature of the ground, might have put him and his party to death: but they ran away, and abandoned the battery."
"Clemens Alexandrinus, ought not to be overlooked; that, as James was led to the place of martyrdom, his accuser was brought to repent of his conduct by the apostle's extraordinary courage and undauntedness, and fell down at his feet to request his pardon, professing himself a christian, and resolving that James should not receive the crown of martyrdom alone."