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  • adverb In a redoubtable manner.

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Examples

  • Her neck, free in a sailor collar, with white sweater open at the throat, seemed almost redoubtably strong to my sleepless, jaundiced eyes.

    CHAPTER XIII

  • The country and western and occasional gospel elements are unavoidable, as is the recurring focus on the clash between, on the one hand, machismo and, on the other, redoubtably independent-minded women, above all the astonishing Sophie Tucker.

    An Evening at Maxine's

  • The country and western and occasional gospel elements are unavoidable, as is the recurring focus on the clash between, on the one hand, machismo and, on the other, redoubtably independent-minded women, above all the astonishing Sophie Tucker.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • But were it to be refurbished, it would redoubtably become the gem of Coney Island.

    Nick Carr: Abandoned Coney Island - Last Chance To See?

  • In Shawn's opus -- which is ballyhooed as "explicit" and has been received in some quarters as precisely that -- a scientist named Ben (embodied by the redoubtably pudgy dramatist Shawn himself) relates his sexual history with the three women in his life.

    David Finkle: Warning: This Blog Contains Explicit Language and Lots of It

  • Spock's king was redoubtably fenced around by knights and rooks; his bishops were so perfectly positioned in the center cubic that they controlled it practically by themselves.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • Spock's king was redoubtably fenced around by knights and rooks; his bishops were so perfectly positioned in the center cubic that they controlled it practically by themselves.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • Spock's king was redoubtably fenced around by knights and rooks; his bishops were so perfectly positioned in the center cubic that they controlled it practically by themselves.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • They exited simultaneously, and even the redoubtably loquacious Robbins was at a loss for words.

    The Dig

  • Her neck, free in a sailor collar, with white sweater open at the throat, seemed almost redoubtably strong to my sleepless, jaundiced eyes.

    Chapter 13

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