[ UK /dˈɔːntɪŋli/ ]
  1. to a degree or in a manner that daunts
    dauntingly difficult
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How To Use dauntingly In A Sentence

  • That the terrain to which his auditors are released is dauntingly featureless did not curb Emerson's own delight in solitary freedom.
  • As well organized and concisely accurate as it is, the book will still be dauntingly massive for many users pining for some simple, quick reference method for getting at specific features and techniques.
  • Taken as a whole, the criticism produced by the Men of Letters throughout the first three-quarters of the nineteenth century was dauntingly didactic.
  • The testing equipment can also prove dauntingly expensive for relevant agencies.
  • There's everything here from simple, sometimes amusing pieces, to more dauntingly experimental and harmonically challenging works.
  • The book is both dauntingly far-reaching in scope and intensely personal: it moves from political theory to cultural analysis to diaristic history in around 350 quick-moving pages.
  • This is a dauntingly monumental volume, and it shouldn't be read in one gulp.
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  • Such is the complexity of medical innovation that physicians' abilities to keep up with it are dauntingly difficult. Who Paid for Your Doctor's Bagel?
  • The dauntingly solid volumes also offer the reader an anthology of short extracts, specific illustrations of usage and enough etymological information to satisfy the more academic reader.
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