Gov. Perry joined the GOP run for the White House with a daunting disadvantage.
But daunting obstacles—like Ohio and Georgia—remain in his path.
One daunting thing you set out to do in Angels and Ages is to describe, through the fog of history, what Lincoln was like.
At a daunting 832 pages, it was also the longest novel ever to have won the prize.
Smoking meat with a traditional setup is a daunting endeavor, requiring constant monitoring and quite a bit of skill.
These disadvantages, instead of daunting the young pastor, seemed only to stimulate his ardor.
It was all very unsettling and, in this heat and loneliness, daunting.
Slightly taller than Conan, and much heavier, Baal-pteor loomed before him, a daunting image of muscular development.
But if he counted on daunting Miss Gabriel, he was mistaken.
It was a daunting country and the gloom of its steamy forests was the shadow of death.
c.1300, "to vanquish," from Old French danter, variant of donter (12c., Modern French dompter) "be afraid of, fear, doubt; control, restrain," from Latin domitare, frequentative of domare "to tame" (see tame (v.)). Sense of "to intimidate" is from late 15c. Related: Daunted; daunting.