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Bentham shrank from the world in which he was easily browbeaten to the study in which he could reign supreme.
This was child's play to Mr. Chambers, who had browbeaten and overpowered even the directors of great corporations.
TO HIM THAT HATHLEROY SCOTT
He was not of the type that submits to being manhandled and browbeaten into purchasing cast-off garments.
Unwilling to be browbeaten on the threshold of my own door, I determined to say something ere I returned to my place.
THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
M. Necker, whose characteristic is the want of firmness, was browbeaten and intimidated, and the King shaken.
Shall we, who fear not Indra even, be threatened and browbeaten by the weak sons of Pandu?
INDIAN MYTH AND LEGENDDONALD ALEXANDER MACKENZIE
The trooper was a dark, smart, dapper young fellow, of a type not easily browbeaten or subdued.
STINGAREEE. W. (ERNEST WILLIAM) HORNUNG
Do you think a girl will submit to that meekly—to be browbeaten, abused, endangered as I have been!
He had been browbeaten by Phineas Finn, simply because Phineas had been able to retreat within those happy doors.
PHINEAS REDUXANTHONY TROLLOPE
He despised himself for it; but all the while, in a shifting, browbeaten way, he was seeking for an excuse to capitulate.
HIDDEN WATERDANE COOLIDGE

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