informidable

informidable

(ɪnˈfɔːmɪdəbəl)
adj
not formidable; not to be feared
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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. But the state cannot possibly focus its power this way on all defendants or even most of them.