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[ US /ɹiˈdaʊtəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪdˈa‍ʊtəbə‍l/ ]
  1. worthy of respect or honor
    born of a redoubtable family
  2. inspiring fear
    something unnerving and prisonlike about high grey wall
    a tougher and more redoubtable adversary than the heel-clicking, jackbooted fanatic
    the formidable prospect of major surgery
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How To Use redoubtable In A Sentence

  • During this time, he purchased a farm in Addison, it is supposed of Ira Allen, a brother of the redoubtable Ethan Allen; but the title proved, as so often happened, with the early settlers to be defective. Log-book of Timothy Boardman Kept On Board The Privateer Oliver Cromwell, During A Cruise From New London, Ct., to Charleston, S. C., And Return, In 1778; Also, A Biographical Sketch of The Author.
  • born of a redoubtable family
  • Three points down after seven games, he pulled up to equality, only to see his redoubtable opponent draw away again.
  • The menu, which is undergoing continuous additions, begins with a potted history of the redoubtable lady, Queen Victoria herself.
  • Adam Chang's portrait of Gene Sherman depicts the redoubtable gallerist looking to her left, perhaps a little embarrassed, a little shy, to an empty room seen through a doorway.
  • ‘If that was the case then they clearly reckoned without Mrs Hiley, a redoubtable lady who has stuck to her guns throughout,’ he said.
  • In the end, even the redoubtable grand defender of Tongzhou, Chen Kui, was cashiered for not controlling the highwaymen.
  • He had never met a more redoubtable fighter.
  • But, seriously, if any player can match talent with the redoubtable Williams this year, it's Rush.
  • And what about his equation with his redoubtable father?
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