I have myself written that Paul seems a formidably clever pol and stands a very good chance of being the Republican nominee.
But that post345 was formidably strong, and by its command of the bridge it was the key to the deliverance of Orleans.
"But since you've raised this question I'll insist," said Will formidably.
He had never seen her look so frail and small, and he knew that she had never been so formidably strong.
Apparently it seemed to the Swede that he was formidably menaced.
Any employment was better than hunger—and he had learned that hunger could come swiftly and formidably to him.
I glanced at him to recognize the square set to the jaw that had impressed me so formidably the year before.
Mr. Bender indeed, formidably advancing, scarce had use for this assistance.
The Alameda was not considered at all formidably, either, being practically unknown.
A disruption of the Federal Union, heretofore only menaced, is now formidably attempted.
mid-15c., from Middle French formidable (15c.), from Latin formidabilis "causing fear, terrible," from formidare "to fear," from formido "fearfulness, fear, terror, dread." Related: Formidably.