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The Two Towers
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  • I do not know which daunts me more: Fangorn, or the thought of the long road through Rohan on foot,
  • We must not be daunted by Fangorn, since need drove him into that dark place.
  • The wise he could persuade, and the smaller folk he could daunt.
  • Easy it is now to guess how quickly the roving eye of Saruman was trapped and held; and how ever since he has been persuaded from afar, and daunted when persuasion would not serve.
  • Those same eyes that he had thought daunted and defeated, there they were lit with a fell light again, clustering in her out-thrust head.
  • And She that walked in the darkness had heard the Elves cry that cry far back in the deeps of time, and she had not heeded it, and it did not daunt her now.
  • The mountains seemed to be trying with their deadly breath to daunt them, to turn them back from the secrets of the high places, or to blow them away into the darkness behind.

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  • It is a challenge that would daunt a lesser diplomat.
  • Obstacles don’t daunt her.

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