undiscouraged


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undiscouraged

(ˌʌndɪsˈkʌrɪdʒd)
adj
not discouraged or deterred
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Adj.1.undiscouraged - 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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Perrichon's dogged and undiscouraged attachment to the young man whom he had pulled out of the glacier.
Undiscouraged, though, Byrne is now back on the mayoral campaign trail, making a rather earlier start for the right to challenge West Midlands mayor Andy Street in next May's elections.
U.S. (https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015024071691;view=1up;seq=3) authorities reported  that Puerto Ricans were "undismayed and undiscouraged," and as "bending every effort to create from the ruins a greater Puerto Rico."
But Abu Abdullah is undiscouraged. He said he expects Jordan to come under the control of the Islamic State group soon, with or without a fight.
Despite the aggressive restrictions of the regimes, many artists, writers and intellectuals remained undiscouraged and produced relevant artistic works.
Thus our yellow-light response to certain inputs lets her know a response, while legitimate, is sub-optimal; the program hopes she will proceed undiscouraged to hear the line a better (usually more rhythmically inventive) way:
For a while, after that summer, I put every story I read or wrote to the question: "Does she/he love enough?" "Who loves anybody enough?" "What's enough?" I wondered if a woman's need to challenge a man might be part of some Darwinian strategy to ensure survival of the race, the way a picky female bower bird will in the end select the most artful and most patiently undiscouraged mate.