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fear·less

 (fîr′lĭs)
adj.
Without fear; brave. See Synonyms at brave.

fear′less·ly adv.
fear′less·ness n.

fear•less

(ˈfɪər lɪs)

adj.
without fear; bold or brave; intrepid.
[1350–1400]
fear′less•ly, adv.
fear′less•ness, n.
syn: See brave.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fearless - oblivious of dangers or perils or calmly resolute in facing themfearless - oblivious of dangers or perils or calmly resolute in facing them
bold - fearless and daring; "bold settlers on some foreign shore"; "a bold speech"; "a bold adventure"
brave, courageous - possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching; "Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring"- Herman Melville; "a frank courageous heart...triumphed over pain"- William Wordsworth; "set a courageous example by leading them safely into and out of enemy-held territory"
2.fearless - invulnerable to fear or intimidationfearless - invulnerable to fear or intimidation; "audacious explorers"; "fearless reporters and photographers"; "intrepid pioneers"
bold - fearless and daring; "bold settlers on some foreign shore"; "a bold speech"; "a bold adventure"

fearless

adjective intrepid, confident, brave, daring, bold, heroic, courageous, gallant, gutsy (slang), valiant, plucky, game (informal), doughty, undaunted, indomitable, unabashed, unafraid, unflinching, dauntless, ballsy (taboo slang), lion-hearted, valorous brave and fearless soldiers

fearless

adjective
Translations
جَسور، جَريء، لا يَخاف
nebojácnýodvážný
frygtløs
neustrašiv
óttalaus, djarfur
neustrašen

fearless

[ˈfɪəlɪs] ADJ (= courageous) → valiente; (= daring) → audaz; (= adventurous) → intrépido
he was a fearless opponent of slaveryera un valiente opositor de la esclavitud
a fearless warriorun valiente or audaz or intrépido guerrero
she is completely fearlessno le tiene miedo a nada
he entered, fearless of what he might find thereentró, sin temor a lo que podría encontrarse allí

fearless

[ˈfɪərləs] adj [person] → intrépide; [actions] → courageux/euse

fearless

adjfurchtlos; fearless of somethingohne Angst or Furcht vor etw (dat); to be fearless of heights/the consequenceskeine Höhenangst/keine Angst vor den Folgen haben, Höhen/die Folgen nicht fürchten

fearless

[ˈfɪəlɪs] adjintrepido/a, senza paura
to be fearless of → non aver paura di

fear

(fiə) noun
(a) feeling of great worry or anxiety caused by the knowledge of danger. The soldier tried not to show his fear; fear of water.
verb
1. to feel fear because of (something). She feared her father when he was angry; I fear for my father's safety (= I am worried because I think he is in danger).
2. to regret. I fear you will not be able to see him today.
ˈfearful adjective
1. afraid. a fearful look.
2. terrible. The lion gave a fearful roar.
3. very bad. a fearful mistake!
ˈfearfully adverb
ˈfearless adjective
without fear; brave. a fearless soldier.
ˈfearlessly adverb
for fear of
so as not to. She would not go swimming for fear of catching a cold.
in fear of
in a state of being afraid of. He lived in fear of his mother.

fearless

a. sin temor, intrépido-a.
References in classic literature ?
One day it occurred to him to stop saying that his paper was pure and enterprising and fearless, and make it so.
That Himmalehan, salt-sea Mastodon, clothed with such portentousness of unconscious power, that his very panics are more to be dreaded than his most fearless and malicious assaults
and in her unresting activities, and her fearless ways, and her sunbursts and cloudbursts, she is always bringing George back to me.
Livingstone, in multiplying his fearless explorations from the Cape of Good Hope to the basin of the Zambesi; Captains Burton and Speke, in the discovery of the great interior lakes, have opened three highways to modern civilization.
Laughter had been our comrade and fearless Hope our guide.
Free from the happiness of slaves, redeemed from Deities and adorations, fearless and fear-inspiring, grand and lonesome: so is the will of the conscientious.
Another thing about them," continued the Englishman, "that doesn't appear normal is that they are afraid of parrots and utterly fearless of lions.
But it will be owing only to your labors, and the fearless efforts of those who, trampling the laws and Constitution of the country under their feet, are determined that they will "hide the out- cast," and that their hearths shall be, spite of the law, an asylum for the oppressed, if, some time or other, the humblest may stand in our streets, and bear witness in safety against the cruelties of which he has been the victim.
Bar Comas eyed the defiant and insubordinate chieftain for an instant, his expression one of haughty, fearless contempt and hate, and then without drawing a weapon and without uttering a word he hurled himself at the throat of his defamer.
He was wonderfully clever at concealing his deafness, and, as to carrying on heavily, though he was a fearless man, I don't think that he ever meant to take undue risks.
She was their earliest visitor in their settled life; and Captain Wentworth, by putting her in the way of recovering her husband's property in the West Indies, by writing for her, acting for her, and seeing her through all the petty difficulties of the case with the activity and exertion of a fearless man and a determined friend, fully requited the services which she had rendered, or ever meant to render, to his wife.
He was fearless, not because he had grown used to being under fire (one cannot grow used to danger), but because he had learned how to manage his thoughts when in danger.