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Adjective: daunted  don-tid
  1. Caused to show discomposure
    "refused to be daunted by the objections";
    - bothered, fazed
Verb: daunt  dont
  1. Cause to lose courage; to be daunted; to be scared away
    "daunted by the refusal";
    - dash, scare off, pall, frighten off, scare away, frighten away, scare

See also: discomposed

Type of: intimidate, put the frigheners on [Brit, informal], put the screws on [informal]

Encyclopedia: Daunt, Michael