intimidate


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It was, however, easy to be seen, by the occasional gleams that shot across his swarthy visage, that it was only necessary to arouse his passions, in order to give full effect to the terrific device which he had adopted to intimidate his enemies.
Was it not, then, the shout the warriors make when they wish to intimidate their enemies?
Michael Vanstone's son has only to persist in following his father's course to find, before long, that I am not mistaken in my pupil, and that I have not come here to intimidate him by empty threats.
I think not being able to intimidate referees any longer has made a major contribution to their demise.
Burning tyres and oil on the roads: failed to intimidate people.
Asked for his reaction, current number one McIlroy, winner of three of his last four events, said: "No, how can I intimidate Tiger Woods?
I NOTE that Cristiano Ronaldo has complained that Real Madrid supporters don't intimidate rival teams the way that Manchester United supporters intimidate the likes of Liverpool or Manchester City.
A "MAVERICK" shepherd who deployed his wayward sheep to intimidate neighbours received a suspended prison sentence yesterday for breaching an Asbo which banned the flock from the village.
Those who display nooses to intimidate or harass minorities and other targeted people face new penalties in Connecticut and New York.
West allegedly struck and pushed the man, causing him to fall, while uttering anti-gay slurs and "hate language" with the intent to intimidate him, according to a written statement filed by a Worcester police detective in Central District Court.
a frightening escalation of the Communists' plans to silence and intimidate the overseas Chinese people, in San Francisco, here, and around the world.
What is the mentality of those who single a person out to abuse and intimidate them?