Captain Hagberd, daunted
by the allusion to his clothing, had retreated inside, taking his spade with him; and the two at the gate, startled by the unexpected slamming of the door, heard the bolts being shot, the snapping of the lock, and the echo of an affected gurgling laugh within.
which might have daunted
the bravest or most active man,
After this the enchanted axe cut off my arms, one after the other; but, nothing daunted
, I had them replaced with tin ones.
She went to bed later and rose earlier than any of them, and no difficulties daunted
the enemy for a time, but the defenders were soon out of breath.
me with dreadful fits of crying, when I tried to persuade her.
As it was, the serene and hippic gloom of the handsome horse-breeder daunted
the daughters of Eve, and they failed to make up their minds about the exact value of him, socially considered.
His looks were so shocking, he was so unlike himself, that I declare he daunted
thought Tom, as he stood watching the crowd stream through the depot, and feeling rather daunted
at the array of young ladies who passed.
Now I'm lost," thought Rose, as she gave up her pin-cushion with a sternly defiant look that would have daunted
anyone but the reckless Prince.
My good old friend did not relish meeting a man at dinner who was described as "half tiger, half monkey;" and the privilege of sitting next to Lady Clarinda rather daunted
than delighted him.
, Anne proceeded onward to the church alone.
She was as uncivil to him as sweet Cecily could be to anyone, but the gallant Cyrus was nothing daunted
Twice he measured his length upon the grass, but nothing daunted
The horror that daunted
her was the horror of owning to Horace and to Lady Janet that she had cheated them out of their love.