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- adjective Not
browbeatenor frightenedinto submissionor compliance.
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To the contrary, though she's tied up, she is uncowed.
Mikhail Lyubansky: Did Kanye West Create A Monster? Mikhail Lyubansky 2011
The arrival of an uncowed and fearless Stark throws the Wild Man among the pigeons, and draws the attention of one of the women - provoking jealousy in the man who would wed her.
Archive 2010-04-01 Blue Tyson 2010
But Red Shirt leader and opposition lawmaker Jatuporn Phrompan said in an interview at Saturday's Pattaya concert which drew about 4,000 people and f eatured a telephone message from the driving force behind many of the rallies, fugitive former premier Thaksin Shinawatra that the crackdown had left the movement uncowed.
The change-we-need is accurate analysis and effective communication uncowed by rightwing rhetoric.
And if ever we needed an uncowed truth-teller on the international scene, the time is now ...
The Wechslers were among the few whites who remained uncowed by the venomous racism that gripped Levittown that summer.
Mean Streets 2009
Club for Growth is uncowed, ready for jihad against Crist, Carly Fiorina in the California Senate race and a host of other Republicans whom leaders deem insufficiently batty.
Norah, uncowed, replies "Of course he's creepy - he has one arm."
Williams has a reputation as the most determined and uncowed of
But with a strong constituency and networks reaching out to powerful tribes extending into the Levant and the Arabian Peninsula, the Sunnis were uncowed and launched their now nightmarish insurgency.