What is another word for fearsomeness?

125 synonyms found


[ fˈi͡əsʌmnəs], [ fˈi‍əsʌmnəs], [ f_ˈiə_s_ʌ_m_n_ə_s]

Fearsomeness is a word commonly used to describe the feeling of being scared and intimidated. However, there are several synonyms for this word which can help us to communicate the same meaning in different contexts. Intimidating, daunting, intimidating, menacing, and hair-raising are some of the synonyms which can be used in place of fearsomeness. These words are helpful when describing something that is scary, dangerous, or threatening. They can be used in a variety of settings such as describing a horror movie, a haunted house, or even a spooky forest. Using synonyms can help to add some variety and depth to our language, making it more interesting and engaging.

What are the hypernyms for Fearsomeness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Fearsomeness

It was a badger, we learnt afterwards, and its presence there gave the place an attractive fearsomeness.
"An Isle in the Water"
Katharine Tynan
It is difficult for me, even at this time, to understand all the fearsomeness of that moment.
"The Minute Boys of Boston"
James Otis
"Old Billy" throws himself into an hostile attitude, in which alertness, determination, and fearsomeness are vividly displayed.
"My Tropic Isle"
E J Banfield

Famous quotes with Fearsomeness

  • The alien stood in shadow and he looked, Enoch thought, more than ever like the cruel clown. His lithe, flowing body had the look of smoked, tanned buckskin. The patchwork color of his hide seemed to shine with a faint luminescence and the sharp, hard angles of his face, the smooth baldness of his head, the flat, pointed ears pasted tight against the skull lent him a vicious fearsomeness. If one did not know him for the gentle character that he was, Enoch told himself, he would be enough to scare a man out of seven years of growth.
    Clifford D. Simak

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