Undaunted vs Stately - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Undaunted is a related term of stately.
As adjectives the difference between undaunted and stately
is that undaunted
is showing courage and resolution while stately
is of people: regal, dignified; worthy of respect.
As an adverb stately is
in a stately manner.
Showing courage and resolution.
Not shaken, discouraged or disheartened.
Of people: regal, dignified; worthy of respect.
* 1900 , , The House Behind the Cedars , Chapter I,
Of movement: dignified; deliberate, unhurried.
* 2010 , "An own goal on gay rights", The Economist , 14 Oct 2010:
- Warwick's first glance had revealed the fact that the young woman was strikingly handsome, with a stately beauty seldom encountered.
Imposing; grand, impressive.
- And much as they welcome his promise to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell”, they are dismayed by the stately pace and bungled tactics of his attempts to do so.