Start Intimidating synonym thesaurus

Intimidating synonym thesaurus

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

A pet rat might intimidate your sister's friends, keeping them out of your fort.

"To frighten" or "make fearful" is at the root of the verb intimidate.

By striking at the Bonneville ranchers a terrible precedent was established.

A moment afterward Clif heard him in the act of striking a match.

You can see "timid" in the middle of intimidate, and to be timid is to be frightened or to pull back from something.

When you intimidate, you frighten or make someone afraid.

I said this to myself, resolutely, by way of answer to the intimidating storm.

This arbitrary conduct did not succeed in intimidating the other Councillors.

Every thing had been done by the Indians to render this show as intimidating as possible.

There has been no systematic devastation for the purpose of intimidating the people.

Everybody says he will, because father is such an awful one.