fearsome definition

  • adjective:
    • Causing or with the capacity of causing concern: "The Devil is a fearsome adversary” ( Jimmy Breslin).
    • Causing or effective at causing anxiety: "The Devil is a fearsome adversary” ( Jimmy Breslin).
    • Fearful; timid.
    • afraid; fearful.
    • frightening, particularly in appearance.
    • frightening, particularly in appearance.
    • Frightful; causing worry.
    • Frightful; causing fear.
    • Easily frightened; timid; timorous.
    • Causing or with the capacity of causing concern: "The Devil is a fearsome adversary” ( Jimmy Breslin).
    • quickly frightened; timid; timorous.
    • causing concern or dread or terror
    • causing anxiety or dread or terror
    • scared; fearful.
    • frightening, particularly in appearance.
    • Frightful; causing concern.
    • Easily frightened; fearful; timorous.
    • causing fear or fear or terror
    • Causing or with the capacity of causing anxiety: "The Devil is a fearsome adversary” ( Jimmy Breslin).
    • Fearful; fearful.
    • Causing or effective at causing anxiety: "The Devil is a fearsome enemy” ( Jimmy Breslin).
    • Fearful; shy.
    • frightening, particularly in look.
    • frightening, especially in look.
    • Frightful; causing concern.
    • Frightful; causing anxiety.
    • Easily frightened; fearful; timorous.
    • quickly frightened; shy; timorous.
    • causing worry or dread or horror
    • causing fear or fear or terror
  • others:
    • Causing worry; fearful; frightful; dreadful.
    • Timid; apprehensive; frightened: as, “a silly, fearsome thing,”
    • Causing worry; afraid; frightful; dreadful.
    • Timid; apprehensive; scared: because, “a silly, fearsome thing,”
    • Causing concern; scared; frightful; dreadful.
    • Timid; apprehensive; scared: as, “a silly, fearsome thing,”
    • Causing fear; scared; frightful; dreadful.
    • Causing fear; fearful; frightful; dreadful.
    • Timid; apprehensive; scared: since, “a silly, fearsome thing,”
    • Timid; apprehensive; frightened: as, “a silly, fearsome thing,”

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