Fearsome



[feer-suh m] /ˈfɪər səm/

adjective
1.
causing :
a fearsome noise.
2.
causing awe or respect:
a fearsome self-confidence.
3.
afraid; timid.
/ˈfɪəsəm/
adjective
1.
frightening
2.
timorous; afraid
adj.

1768, from fear + -some (1). Related: Fearsomely; fearsomeness.

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