Daunting [verb]

Definition of Daunting:

frighten, alarm

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Sentence/Example of Daunting:

Making a page from scratch affords more creative freedom than social-media and web-hosting sites that let you drag and drop elements onto your page, but it can be daunting and time-consuming.

That means big-city mayors including Atlanta’s Keisha Lance Bottoms, New York’s Bill de Blasio and Chicago’s Lori Lightfoot face a daunting challenge.

Executives have moved quickly to support and empower employees while grappling with daunting challenges to the way their businesses operate.

Nonetheless, some media, marketing, fashion, beauty and retail players have continued to succeed in the face of daunting odds.

Even Compound, which is becoming DeFi’s best known platform, has a daunting user interface.

As daunting as this problem seems, we’re working on a solution.

All these data-crunching can seem daunting at first, but there are simple ways to explain how using data can help you make better marketing and budgeting decisions.

He turned quickly and made off into the woods, followed by a loud, daunting laugh which spurred his pace to a panicky gallop.

The sun was on the rocks and some shone like polished steel, but the gully was in shadow and Jimmy had felt the gloom daunting.

Somehow the quiet and gloom were daunting, but to hesitate was ridiculous and Jimmy went off with Bob.