Intimidating synonym thesaurus
Phœbus protect me, but this is an awful place to speak of those who sleep.
Clouds, heavy and menacing, already shrouded the whole west. There was a little pause, and the father stood rigid, menacing.She was painfully impressed by the obscurity of the night—sinister, menacing.And yet, in so far as the intimidation goes, it did its work.When intimidation and force fail, a good general has recourse to strategy.Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that Blog A must for anyone with an interest in the changing face of language.
His intimidation had worked upon her conscience and driven her to the confessional.
Boys were flogged when criminals were hanged, to impress the awful warning on them.
the use of force or coercion to abuse or intimidate others.
There is no barbarity too great for the intimidation of these towns.
And these arbitrary laws were not merely enacted for intimidation.
"You won't do anything of the kind," said Chip, quietly—too quietly not to be menacing.