informidable

informidable

(ɪnˈfɔːmɪdəbəl)
adj
not formidable; not to be feared
References in classic literature ?
Then let me not let pass Occasion which now smiles, behold alone The Woman, opportune to all attempts, Her Husband, for I view far round, not nigh, Whose higher intellectual more I shun, And strength, of courage hautie, and of limb Heroic built, though of terrestrial mould, Foe not informidable, exempt from wound, I not; so much hath Hell debas'd, and paine Infeebl'd me, to what I was in Heav'n.
of courage haughty, and of limb Heroic built, though of terrestrial mould, Foe not informidable, exempt from wound, I not; so much hath hell debased, and pain Enfeebled me, to what I was in heaven (IX: 484-8).
Of course, state agencies can focus their resources on particular defendants and, when they do so, their power can be informidable.