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to deprive of courage or the power to act as a result of fear, anxiety, or disgust

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The effect Is dauntingly geological, but walls will eventually be softened and animated by planting.
Environmental laws can be dauntingly complex, and many businesses--especially small ones--lack the money and know-how to comply.
Prometheus provided humankind with the knowledge and crafts to live and survive in a dauntingly turbulent world.
Although the fire came dauntingly close to her house, flames never touched it.
Because the California OSHA regulations are so dauntingly lengthy, this guide serves the welcome and necessary service of presenting--in clear, accessible language--those regulations for training in 13 main areas of concern: back safety, bloodborne pathogens, chemical or hazardous waste spills, controlling hazardous energy, ergonomics, fire safety, forklift safety, hazard communication, hearing protection, personal protective equipment, power tool safety, respiratory protection, and workplace violence prevention.
With the average age of many New York properties exceeding the 40-year mark, improvements to exterior and interior areas have become unavoidable despite dauntingly high price tags.
Admittedly the waves rolling dauntingly towards us were of the Atlantic ocean, not the tame efforts of the Mediterranean, but the marvellous beaches of this coast have something for everyone.
This feat--accomplished at the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, a dauntingly fast circuit through the Ardennes region that had few guardrails at the time--came just one week after he and A.
Our situation is not so different from that of other states, but due to the age of our infrastructure the repair bill we are facing is dauntingly large," he testified.
And in a country with a dauntingly high rate of HIV and Aids, the ban on holding any meetings related to gay rights could make it impossible for medical workers to counsel homosexuals on safer sex practices.
General-interest lending libraries will find it an especially popular pick because recipes look simple and are familiar, with the creative embellishment added to routines and dishes which don't look dauntingly exotic.
Engh acknowledges in her introduction that the topic of religious persecution is dauntingly large: "A long view that covers three thousand years and six continents can only be superficial and incomplete, but it is the best way to get the subject into perspective.
She was staging gala performances where the galas were more significant than the performances, and even the hardcore nucleus of wonderful performers (apart from the still dauntingly theatrical Graham herself, her companies in the '50s and '60s were star-shiners) slowly eroded, the dancers sometimes losing interest, sometimes actually fired.
Indeed, although there are friends of freedom across the world, America still has a security dilemma: a dauntingly large battlefield.