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fawr muh duhb lee

  • r  in a formidable manner
    the constant risk that attends the exchanges of human beings formidably armed

  • Coyotes are formidably equipped for survival.
  • To the guerrillas' disadvantage, the bleak, rocky West Bank, where they target most of their operations, does not provide good cover, and the Israelis are a formidably efficient .
  • Passionate partisan oratory invariably oversimplifies, when it does not downright distort, what by their nature are formidably complex issues.

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