fearlessly


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fear·less

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

fear′less·ly adv.
fear′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fearlessly - without fear; "fearlessly, he led the troops into combat"
fearfully - in fear, "she hurried down the stairs fearfully"
Translations
بِجَسارَه، بِجُرأَه، بِدون خَوْف
nebojácněodvážně
frygtløst
neustrašivo
djarflega, óttalaust
nebojácne
neustrašno
korkusuzca

fearlessly

[ˈfɪəlɪslɪ] ADV (= courageously) → valientemente; (= adventurously) → intrépidamente
he's fearlessly outspokenno tiene miedo a la hora de expresar su opinión

fearlessly

[ˈfɪərləsli] adv [act] → courageusement, avec intrépidité

fearlessly

advfurchtlos

fearlessly

[ˈfɪəlɪslɪ] advintrepidamente, senza paura

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.
References in classic literature ?
First he rings his bell fearlessly, but when he gets into a tight place he runs away as quietly as he can, and often thinking to escape runs straight into his opponent's arms.
Then she spread the table afresh, and to it came fearlessly the busy ant and bee, gay butterfly and bird; even the poor blind mole and humble worm were not forgotten; and with gentle words she gave to all, while each learned something of their kind little teacher; and the love that made her own heart bright shone alike on all.
In the meantime, all we can do is to work patiently, fearlessly, and unselfishly, to an end that we think is right.
Manson Mingott had died when she was only twenty-eight, and had "tied up" the money with an additional caution born of the general distrust of the Spicers; but his bold young widow went her way fearlessly, mingled freely in foreign society, married her daughters in heaven knew what corrupt and fashionable circles, hobnobbed with Dukes and Ambassadors, associated familiarly with Papists, entertained Opera singers, and was the intimate friend of Mme.
So the Tin Woodman blew a shrill note upon a silver whistle that hung around his neck, and presently a tiny grey mouse popped from a near-by hole and advanced fearlessly toward them.
She had beautiful chestnut hair, coils of it; her forehead was low and smooth, and her commanding dark eyes regarded the world indifferently and fearlessly.
In this way I have seen little children, scarcely five years of age, fearlessly climbing the slender pole of a young cocoanut tree, and while hanging perhaps fifty feet from the ground, receiving the plaudits of their parents beneath, who clapped their hands, and encouraged them to mount still higher.
Even though the Russian knew that he was safe from his enemy, the very sight of him threw him into a frenzy of trembling cowardice, which became frantic hysteria as he saw the white giant dive fearlessly into the forbidding waters of the tropical river.
A bird alighted fearlessly within reach of her hand, and a squirrel whisked his bushy tail on a tree-branch almost under her nose--yet with his bright little eyes all the while on the motionless dog.
His name was unknown, he had never been seen until within about eight days or thereabouts, and was equally a stranger to the old ruffians, upon whose haunts he ventured fearlessly, as to the young.
Pickwick, but defying each other with great spirit, plied the carpet-bag and the fire-shovel most fearlessly.
The boys deserted their sports, and walking fearlessly among their fathers, looked up in curious admiration, as they heard the brief exclamations of wonder they so freely expressed the temerity of their hated foe.