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used in Of Human Bondage

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intimidating or impressive — arousing fear or admiration due to impressiveness or challenge
  • XVI A year passed, and when Philip came to the school the old masters were all in their places; but a good many changes had taken place notwithstanding their stubborn resistance, none the less formidable because it was concealed under an apparent desire to fall in with the new head's ideas.
    15-16 — Chapters 15-16 (52% in)
  • They were not shy children, and they quickly came to the conclusion that Philip was not formidable.
    89-90 — Chapters 89-90 (3% in)

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