But, so far from intimidating him, this only the more confirmed him in his convictions and fervency.
However, the Sorbonne had not an intimidating repute for austerity.
I was on the point of saying this, but Schomberg's stare was intimidating.
Every thing had been done by the Indians to render this show as intimidating as possible.
"To frighten" or "make fearful" is at the root of the verb intimidate.
An animal might intimidate a smaller animal by bearing its teeth, and a person can intimidate another by threatening to do something harmful.
The policemen fired twice over the heads of the rioters, thereby encouraging instead of intimidating them.
This arbitrary conduct did not succeed in intimidating the other Councillors.
He hoped thereby to impress the court and to intimidate them.
may intimidate the human race into bringing order into its international affairs" (Albert Einstein).
Browbeat suggests the persistent application of highhanded, disdainful, or imperious tactics: browbeating a witness.
Iraqi officials accompany the inspectors in order to intimidate witnesses.
But think not it is by way of menace, or to intimidate you to favour me.