Synonyms for intimidated

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Surely thou must fancy that I am to be intimidated by the ravings of a woman.

Gervaise was intimidated by this strange reception and felt uneasy.

She was intimidated; she was a woman and she could not help herself.

Some they bought—some they ruined—some they intimidated—some they destroyed by calumny.

Why were the poor men to be threatened, intimidated, bullied by armed force?

But, indeed, those women were not to be intimidated by anything!

All of which might have intimidated the gentle Phoebe, but did not discompose her father.

He saw I was not to be intimidated, and almost begged of me not to do so any more.

The governor, however, interfered, and the disturbers were intimidated.

There are many like myself, intimidated by fate, broken and suffering.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from Medieval Latin intimidatus, past participle of intimidare "to frighten, intimidate," from Latin in- "in" (see in- (2)) + timidus "fearful" (see timid). Related: Intimidated; intimidating.

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