unappalled

unappalled

(ˌʌnəˈpɔːld)
adj
not appalled or daunted
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The Christian or civilized part of the crew said it was mermaids, and shuddered; but the pagan harpooneers remained unappalled.
But there was one person in the village unappalled by the awe with which the black veil had impressed all beside herself.
Nor yet staid the terror there: Infernal ghosts and hellish furies round Environed thee; some howled, some yelled, some shrieked, Some bent at thee their fiery darts, while thou Sat'st unappalled in calm and sinless peace.
By the end of the first century, Christianity had spread throughout the Mediterranean world as an unappalled socio-religious movement that accepted people from all ethnic groups, the rich and the poor, men and women, slaves and free.
Hymn 91, which invokes "God's blessings" on Israel, centers on equality of rank in justice, on the one hand evoking Jefferson's "nature's God" but also referring to Deuteronomy 1, with "Modern Israelites" called upon to be "arbiters" who "let equity stand unappalled.
Unappalled by surrounding dangers, he passed to the hostile shore; he fought; he conquered.