intimidation[ in-tim-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intimidation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTIMIDATION
His intimidation had worked upon her conscience and driven her to the confessional.
Can you state any case where you enforced a false demand by intimidation?
No administration ever yet tried to govern Ireland except by intimidation.
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.
There is no barbarity too great for the intimidation of these towns.
And these arbitrary laws were not merely enacted for intimidation.
And who are those who taunt us for yielding to intimidation?
There was, however, no way of preventing it but by intimidation or violence.
The worst of it is, that the needful viands are not to be obtained by coin, but only by intimidation.