Prepositions after "undeterred"

undeterred by, in, from, about or after?

In 87% of cases "undeterred by" is used

He was undeterred by the intimidation.

undeterred by the failure of July's U.

He was undeterred by their verbal attacks.

The narrow lanes had a thousand stories to tell, undeterred by the passage of time.

undeterred by the afternoon downpour, they walked from the *SCAPE Youth Park to TANGS.

She was undeterred by events in her own tragic life and never made a great issue of it.

Most major inventions were created by individuals who were undeterred by government interference and regulations.

undeterred by the early setback, the young Reds showed great purpose and determination to get back in to the game.

He had a few election losses but he was undeterred by defeat, the prospects of losing and the challenges he faced.

Unfortunate an incident that it was, mrbrown chooses to take it positively and remains undeterred by what happened.

In 6% of cases "undeterred in" is used

He remains undeterred in his peace activism.

There are more handicaps, but these boys remain undeterred in their will to succeed.

Mileage, fuel economy and low price are the USPs of Maruti Alto undeterred in Indian market.

However Umar was undeterred in his belief the caliphate should be under the control of the Muhajirs.

I say this because he is undeterred in a situation in which most people would fret and make everything seem very chaotic.

Multiple active motors propelling each pontoon provides superior tracking power, making it virtually undeterred in any terrain.

Despite a fall in earnings, the HKEx CEO Charles Li seems undeterred in his decision of bidding for LME, the 135-year old exchange.

The period you would like to compare our current expenditure with saw the Soviet Union ahead in the Space Race and seemingly undeterred in an international crusade.

undeterred in their mission to map the uncharted territories, the account of their expedition reminds readers of the vast wonders encompassed within America's borders.

We need to be undeterred in our commitment to doing what it takes to evolve a career structure for the early childhood professionals who work in this and other sectors.

In 3% of cases "undeterred from" is used

Monty remained undeterred from his vision and later became a champion Western horseman.

But Tom Donilon, Obama's national security adviser, insisted Washington would be undeterred from pursuing its plans to enhance its ability to project U.

In 1% of cases "undeterred about" is used

But cellphone companies are undeterred about the complaints and are working round the clock to innovate the service.

In 1% of cases "undeterred for" is used

And it's not about layering whiteboards or blogs onto a narrow, one-size fits all curriculum that has marched along undeterred for what seems like forever.

In 1% of cases "undeterred on" is used

When the secretary remained undeterred on the issue of interest, the IRS agent asked if she could give any references.

In 1% of cases "undeterred with" is used

High Grade Materials for the High Life In synchronized motion to a fast-paced lifestyle, the ASUS-Lamborghini ZX1 remains undeterred with a toughness that is second to none.