redoubtable

[ ri-dou-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF redoubtable
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She was virginity personified with all its redoubtable mystery.

On he went, like a redoubtable conqueror with Pepsy after him.

They will form a caste—poor, stern to itself, and redoubtable.

All this time the landlords brandish a redoubtable weapon: starvation.

But the glory of these redoubtable Cinque Ports has departed.

He was redoubtable, not in virtue of his office, but because of his unwarrantable assumptions.

The redoubtable "Grandpa" Morse was to go into the box this day.

It belonged to the redoubtable Captain Broome, and to no other.

I was upon the Styx, and in my rower I recognised the redoubtable Charon.

The whole might of the redoubtable foe is pouring into the natural fortress.

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