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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • The telescope, a formidable instrument mounted upon a tripod, stood upon the flat leads of the house.
  • My difficulty is the more formidable of the two, for I think that we shall very shortly get an explanation of yours, while mine may remain forever a mystery.
  • It is a formidable difficulty, and I fear that you ask too much when you expect me to solve it.
  • Had I been with Sir Henry and you it is confident that my point of view would have been the same as yours, and my presence would have warned our very formidable opponents to be on their guard.

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  • She is a formidable opponent.
  • a fierce and formidable beast

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