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.
The word formidable means to instill fear, apprehension, dread or alarm. It can also mean having qualities that will discourage attack or approach. Some synonyms for formidable are appalling, frightful, horrible or menacing.
There are several ways to use formidable in a sentence. One sentence for formidable is; Walking on coals is a formidable challenge for anyone.
Either is correct. It's a regional pronunciation.
A sentence that uses formidable could be, "That team proved to be a very formidable opponent".
we will make a formidable team
ANSWER FOR is the accented syllable in formidable.
No formidable is not a verb. It is an adjective.
Very formidable. A force to be reckoned with.
Please help me with this formidable fire
formidable: difficult to overcome
Chef Morimoto is a formidable and worthy opponent.
the wind was formidable last night.
He was a formidable opponent.
The duration of My Wife Is Formidable is 1.53 hours.
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.
The Teddy Bear Cholla cactus has a formidable arrangement od spines. The champion faces a formidable opponent in tonight's match.
The President met formidable opposition to his health care plan.
The formidable team caused weak knees to the opponents.
Weak, powerless, feeble, or harmless are all antonyms for formidable.
In English formidable means hard to overcome or frightening.
The formidable hurricane lasted for three days and let the village in ruins. The child believed there was a formidable monster under the bed.
The word formidable has a long rhotic O as in for and form.
The word formidable has four syllables. (For-mid-a-ble)
The duration of Une famille formidable is 1.5 hours.