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formidable
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
intimidating or impressive — arousing fear or admiration due to impressiveness or challenge
  • Why they objected to Miss Maudie's yard was a mystery, heightened in my mind because for someone who spent all the daylight hours outdoors, Miss Maudie's command of Scripture was formidable.
    p. 213.2
formidable = impressive or intimidating
  • From any angle, it was formidable.
    p. 171.1
formidable = impressive or intimidating
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