The Moral Law causes the people to be in complete accord with their ruler, so that they will follow him regardless of their lives, undismayed
by any danger.
But granted a prince who has established himself as above, who can command, and is a man of courage, undismayed
in adversity, who does not fail in other qualifications, and who, by his resolution and energy, keeps the whole people encouraged--such a one will never find himself deceived in them, and it will be shown that he has laid his foundations well.
They alone will visit Athens and Delphi, and either shrine of intellectual song--that upon the Acropolis, encircled by blue seas; that under Parnassus, where the eagles build and the bronze charioteer drives undismayed
There were the sober garb, the general severity of mien, the gloomy but undismayed
expression, the scriptural forms of speech, and the confidence in Heaven's blessing on a righteous cause, which would have marked a band of the original Puritans, when threatened by some peril of the wilderness.
I dreamed that I was walking in the dark and was suddenly surrounded by dogs, but I went on undismayed
This was the first dog he had seen leap with bared teeth, undismayed
, to grapple with the huge unknown.
After the death of her first husband, undismayed
by the turbulent opposition of the chiefs, she married a rich trader, a Korinchi man of no family.
The angry flush had not disappeared, however; and when he was pulled out of his prison, he scowled boldly on Noah, and looked quite undismayed
The envoy of Tosti,'' he said, ``moved up the hall, undismayed
by the frowning countenances of all around him, until he made his obeisance before the throne of King Harold.
For, in truth, that quiet method of evolution, which she pursues undismayed
to the end, requires a certain lengthiness; and the reader's reward will be in a secure sense that he has been in intercourse with no mere flighty remnants, but with typical forms, of character, firmly and fully conceived.
by forty or fifty previous defeats, Glorvina laid siege to him.
For all that, he stood his ground not a whit the less resolutely, and looked on undismayed