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redoubtable (adjective), more redoubtable, most redoubtable
1. Relating to something that causes great fear or respect; very powerful: The new soccer player is considered a redoubtable member of the team, because he is very fast and a skillful kicker when he is playing opposing players.
2. Etymology: from French redoutable from redouter, "to dread."
Awesome and fearsome and so worthy of respect.
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Inspiring fear or dread.
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Formidable and worthy of being afraid to challenge or oppose.
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A reason for being afraid.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “redoubtable
Descriptive of being worthy of honor or respect for something that causes great fear or respect; being very powerful. (3)