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While Verizon was expected to be the biggest bidder in the auction, the carrier may have run into a formidable counterbidder in T-Mobile, thanks to the financial backing of its controlling stockholder, Deutsche Telekom.5G airwave bids soar past $76 billion to set auction record|Verne Kopytoff|January 5, 2021|Fortune
He also formed a formidable tandem with rookie strong safety Kam Curl, and Curl credited Everett with helping him read the offense before the snap.Washington free safety Deshazor Everett out for the regular season|Sam Fortier|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
We see this as a formidable competitor to any of the legacy hiring solutions.Vettery acquires Hired to create a ‘unified’ job search platform|Anthony Ha|November 23, 2020|TechCrunch
Pairing him with deGrom, who won the previous two awards, would likely give the Mets one of the best rotations in the game and give them a formidable one-two punch for a postseason run.What Are The Best Free Agent Fits Of The MLB Offseason?|Travis Sawchik|November 23, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
I have myself written that Paul seems a formidably clever pol and stands a very good chance of being the Republican nominee.
How was one to answer such a formidably unanswerable answer as that?Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc|Mark Twain
Apparently it seemed to the Swede that he was formidably menaced.The Monster and Other Stories|Stephen Crane
For the real danger was that if the Huguenots were wiped out, a formidably close union between France and Spain might result.Great Ralegh|Hugh De Selincourt
And what a personage she had grown in these twelve months—how formidably, consciously brilliant in look and dress and manner!Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
But that post345 was formidably strong, and by its command of the bridge it was the key to the deliverance of Orleans.