formidable (Meaning)

Wordnet

formidable (s)

extremely impressive in strength or excellence

inspiring fear

Webster

formidable (a.)

Exciting fear or apprehension; impressing dread; adapted to excite fear and deter from approach, encounter, or undertaking; alarming.

formidable Sentence Examples

  1. The formidable mountain loomed over the tiny village, casting an ominous shadow.
  2. The army marched into battle with formidable strength and determination.
  3. The lawyer presented a formidable case that left the jury speechless.
  4. The student faced a formidable challenge in completing the complex assignment.
  5. The disease posed a formidable threat to the population, requiring immediate action.
  6. The CEO's formidable reputation preceded her, inspiring awe and admiration alike.
  7. The storm unleashed formidable winds that tore through the town, causing widespread damage.
  8. The detective faced a formidable task in solving the intricate murder case.
  9. The athlete trained tirelessly to overcome the formidable hurdles on the obstacle course.
  10. The formidable opponent proved to be a worthy adversary in the chess match.

FAQs About the word formidable

extremely impressive in strength or excellence, inspiring fearExciting fear or apprehension; impressing dread; adapted to excite fear and deter from approach, e

intimidating, horrible,terrifying, terrible, scary, frightening, forbidding, eery,alarming, redoubtable

reassuring, relaxing, reassuring, tranquilizing, soothing, calming, quieting, inviting, tranquilizing, comforting

The formidable mountain loomed over the tiny village, casting an ominous shadow.

The army marched into battle with formidable strength and determination.

The lawyer presented a formidable case that left the jury speechless.

The student faced a formidable challenge in completing the complex assignment.