dauntlessness


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Related to dauntlessness: courageously, braveness
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resolute courageousness

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In the second chart within her Theory, "Chart No II--Deformities" Schimmelpenninck creates a moral distinction between the grotesque, "deformed" passions of what she refers to as "the horrible" and the still, awed emotions of "the terrible" which lead into the spiritual veneration and dauntlessness of "the contemplative sublime.
His observation of the Moravians' unshaken dauntlessness was a spiritual turning point that would lead toward the eventual formation of the Methodist church.
Soon enough, I firmly believed that "existence precedes essence" (something else I've never quite understood) and embraced the four Ds that the critic Walter Kaufmann said defined existentialism: "dread, despair, death, and dauntlessness.
But the bodies which lie in dense masses within forty yards of the muzzles of Colonel Walton's guns are the best evidence what manner of men they were who pressed on to death with the dauntlessness of a race which has gained glory on a thousand battle-fields, and never more richly deserved it than at the foot of Marye's Heights on the 13th day of December, 1862.
Perhaps projects inspired by artistic dauntlessness too often contract the symptoms that they had been roused to contest.
Their dauntlessness in the face of ignorance, confusion, and failure provides us with another instance of the co-incidence between traveling and writing in the world of la betise.
To some readers today this faith, rooted in the dauntlessness of Tarry's middle-class Southern family, in her commitment to moral and educational self-improvement, and in her socially conscious Catholicism, may elicit little more than an ironic reminder of a time when terms like integration and freedom now possessed an unquestioned moral authority and bespoke what seemed then a social inevitability.
But in addition to strength and sustenance, there was something else she gave Ashe; something possibly more precious than her devotion, her dependability, her dauntlessness in the face of death.
and he thrusts us into a vibrating engine room "in that kitchen where the motion of the ship was being cooked over infernal fires heated from below, power was churning, power frightening in its concentration, transmitted to the very keel, to the endlessly long vault, into the rounded and dimly lighted tunnel, where a colossal shaft rotated slowly in its oily bed with a dauntlessness that was crushing to a man's soul.
I, being the daughter of such a son of a soil, can proudly raise my head and declare that my father fought with such dauntlessness, fearlessness and devotion which was incomparable.