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formidable
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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  • It was a large black beetle with formidable jaws—a "pinchbug," he called it.
  • The villagers had a strong desire to tar-and-feather Injun Joe and ride him on a rail, for body-snatching, but so formidable was his character that nobody could be found who was willing to take the lead in the matter, so it was dropped.
  • Since Tom’s harassed conscience had managed to drive him to the lawyer’s house by night and wring a dread tale from lips that had been sealed with the dismalest and most formidable of oaths, Huck’s confidence in the human race was well-nigh obliterated.

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

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