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The House of Mirth
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  • Presented in the light of Mrs. Trenor’s vigorous comments, the reckoning was certainly a formidable one, and Lily, as she listened, found herself gradually reverting to her friend’s view of the situation.
  • He was closer still, with a hand that grew formidable; and the frightened self in her was dragging the other down.
  • The certainty that she had heard of the rupture with the Dorsets made the prospect of the meeting more formidable; and how should Lily have repressed a quick sense of relief at the thought that, instead of undergoing the anticipated ordeal, she had only to enter gracefully on a long-assured inheritance?

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

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