Definition of daunt:
fatigue, shock, confound, scud, confuse, weary, humiliate, mortify, frighten off, overawe, fear, crash, frighten away, horrify, shake, discompose, appall, bewilder, dash, become flat, flash, fright, consternate, scare away, smash, humble, scoot, shame, shoot, cloy, abash, scare, die, frighten, dart, affright, tire, disconcert, pall, scare off, dull, jade, embarrass, chagrin.
- de-motivate (part of speech: verb)
- compel (part of speech: verb)
- deject (part of speech: verb)
- dismay (part of speech: noun)
- dissuade (part of speech: verb)
- "Phyllis", Maria Thompson Daviess.
And there comes a fire into his heart, such as there never was before; a spirit and a determination which nothing can daunt or break, which makes him bold, cheerful, earnest, in the face of the anxiety and danger which would have, at any other time, broken his heart.- "The Good News of God", Charles Kingsley.
- "The Man Who Rose Again", Joseph Hocking.