undeterred


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undeterred

(ˌʌndɪˈtɜːd)
adj
not discouraged or dissuaded
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Adj.1.undeterred - not deterred; "pursued his own path...undeterred by lack of popular appreciation and understanding"- Osbert Sitwell
resolute - firm in purpose or belief; characterized by firmness and determination; "stood resolute against the enemy"; "faced with a resolute opposition"; "a resolute and unshakeable faith"
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undeterred

[ˈʌndɪˈtɜːd] ADJ he was undeterred byno se dejó intimidar por ...
he carried on undeterredsiguió sin inmutarse

undeterred

adjkeineswegs entmutigt; to continue undeterredunverzagt weitermachen; the teams were undeterred by the weatherdas Wetter schreckte die Mannschaften nicht ab
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All the car was singing a score of songs at once, and Bert, his head pillowed on Mary's breast with her arms around him, started "On the Banks of the Wabash." And he sang the song through, undeterred by the bedlam of two general fights, one on the adjacent platform, the other at the opposite end of the car, both of which were finally subdued by special policemen to the screams of women and the crash of glass.
On arriving before the battlements, I found the Union Jack flying and the drawbridge up; but undeterred by this show of defiance and resistance, I rang at the gate, and was admitted in a most pacific manner by the Aged.
Undeterred by his heavy fall, Jerry essayed the ladder again.
At present, in the splendid autumn weather - the autumn at least was a pure boon in the terrible place - he loafed about his "work" undeterred, secretly agitated; not in the least "minding" that the whole proposition, as they said, was vulgar and sordid, and ready to climb ladders, to walk the plank, to handle materials and look wise about them, to ask questions, in fine, and challenge explanations and really "go into" figures.
But Mulcachy had been undeterred. His own fighting blood leapt hot at sight of the magnificent striped cat.
Under all these sovereigns (to complete our summary of the movement) the more radical Protestants, Puritans as they came to be called, were active in agitation, undeterred by frequent cruel persecution and largely influenced by the corresponding sects in Germany and by the Presbyterianism established by Calvin in Geneva and later by John Knox in Scotland.
"The White Whale --the White Whale!" was the cry from captain, mates, and harpooneers, who, undeterred by fearful rumors, were all anxious to capture so famous and precious a fish; while the dogged crew eyed askance, and with curses, the appalling beauty of the vast milky mass, that lit up by a horizontal spangling sun, shifted and glistened like a living opal in the blue morning sea.
"Forgive me," said Raffles undeterred. "One remembers a nickname and forgets all.
Summary: New Delhi (India), June 1 (ANI): Despite severe criticism from his political opponents, Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy on Saturday looked undeterred over his statement calling Hyderabad a "safe zone of terrorists".
They have seen tragic road accidents [in the news], but are still undeterred.At least 1,736 people have died from road accidents nationwide in the first nine months of this year.
The International Criminal Court said on Tuesday it would "continue to do its work undeterred".
RAWALPINDI -- Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa has asked the people of Pakistan to come out and vote undeterred, Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Asif Ghafoor said in a tweet on Wednesday.