intimidate[ in-tim-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intimidate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTIMIDATE
But think not it is by way of menace, or to intimidate you to favour me.
In short, though you can intimidate him, you cannot bluff him.
Was it not, then, the shout the warriors make when they wish to intimidate their enemies?
Circumstances were not the same as before, however, and he failed to intimidate them.
Was the fool about to intimidate him with talk of supernatural vengeance?
On this occasion Beatrice dressed to dazzle and intimidate one of her own sex.
In his private mind he judged Urquhart of trying to intimidate him.
How is one to intimidate, persuade, resist, assert oneself against them?
I merely laughed at him; I could not but think that this was said merely to intimidate me.
When he found him incorruptible by his favours, he tried to intimidate him.