daunt

intimidate make fearful 
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daunt

[v] - cause to lose courage
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Daunt

Daunt transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Daunted ; present participle & verbal noun Daunting .] [ Old French danter , French dompter to tame, subdue, from Latin domitare , v. intens. of domare to t...
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daunt

1. To overcome; to conquer. ... 2. To repress or subdue the courage of; to check by fear of danger; to cow; to intimidate; to dishearten. 'Some presences daunt and discourage us.' (Glanvill) ... Synonym: To dismay, appall. See Dismay. ... Origin: OF. Danter, F. Dompter to tame, subdue, fr. L. Domitare, v. Intens. Of domare to tame. See Tame. ... So...
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daunt

dash verb cause to lose courage; `dashed by the refusal`
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Daunt

• (v. t.) To repress or subdue the courage of; to check by fear of danger; to cow; to intimidate; to dishearten. • (v. t.) To overcome; to conquer.
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daunt

daunt 1. To make someone feel anxious, intimidated, or discouraged; that is, to cause to lose courage. 2. Etymology: from Old French danter, a form of donter, from Latin domitare, domare, 'to tame, to subdue, to vanquish, to conquer'; literally, 'to accustom to the house', from domus, 'house'. Originally 'to vanquish;' sense of 'to intimidate' is ...
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daunt

cause to lose courage
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daunt

cause to lose courage
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