If this is living in the country, it is nothing very formidable.
I give you notice—You will find me a formidable antagonist on that point.
That is as formidable an image as you could present, Harriet; and if I thought I should ever be like Miss Bates! so silly—so satisfied—so smiling—so prosing—so undistinguishing and unfastidious—and so apt to tell every thing relative to every body about me, I would marry to-morrow.
There are no more uses of "formidable" in the book.