formidable

[ fawr-mi-duh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF formidable

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We are, however, attributing too much to this formidable power.

The feeling of a prudent man for an enemy who is too formidable safely to be opposed.

Each measured the other, and they were formidable antagonists, well matched.

We had laid in this formidable implement in hopes of a big muscallunge.

The thicket, before so formidable, amounted to nothing at all.

The Count, ridiculous in all else, is formidable in his jealousy.

All other animals lived in the Wild, and were, when not too formidable, lawful spoil for any dog.

It is true they attack men in the water, but never on land, where they are not at all formidable.

Antwerp was considered one of the most formidable strongholds in the world.

This was the whole foundation of the merit of a man so formidable in amours.

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