Formidable - hard to overcome; hard to deal with.
Sentence: A long final examination is more formidable than a short test.
Formidable can also refer to an opponent, enemy, etc., such as one who is hard to beat.
Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
Is the pronunciation of formidable more like FORmidable or forMidable?
Either is correct. It's a regional pronunciation.
What is the meaning of the word formidable in this sentence the fire that once seemed formidable was reduced to a small flame?
formidable: difficult to overcome
What sentence can you make with the word formidable?
the wind was formidable last night.
How do you use formidable in a sentence for a 10TH grade level?
He was a formidable opponent.
How do you use formidable in a sentence?
The Greek army faced a formidable enemy in the Persians. At 200 pounds, he made a formidable addition to our wrestling team. Making a speech in front of the whole town was a formidable prospect. ...