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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."