fearsome

[ feer-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF fearsome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEARSOME

Allis crept to her father like a fearsome child avoiding goblins.

And Czerny could live here, cheek by jowl with these fearsome mysteries!

I'm that fearsome, that I declare I shiver and quake at nothing.

This is the twenty-seventh time we've had you up for this heinous, fearsome crime.

Others joined in fearsome averment: "Truly this was the Son of God."

Fearsome it was there alone in the gloom, but the lady Janet was heedful of nought.

She is now a queen of the earth, and inwardly a fearsome tyrant.

At least they had never claimed to have enjoyed so fearsome a sight.

"Bad sign, bad sign," and Mrs. Gibson gave her head a fearsome shake.

It was a vague but fearsome odor, indescribable, making their skin crawl.

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