To intimidate a person is to bully them; try to take away their self confidence or threaten them.
To intimidate & threaten.
Why not? They are easy to make and can be used to intimidate and threaten one's perceived enemies.
Intimidate, harrass, make threats to, pressure, terrorize, menace...Ya know. Stuff like that.
Means she likes you and is being seductive, or she's trying to intimidate/threaten you into doing something! xx
Threaten, frighten, scare, bully, coerce, terrorize, overawe, daunt and put off. Hope this helps! :)
That depends on the reason for the threat. If your supervisor threatens to fire you because you're not doing your job effectively, there's nothing illegal about that, but if they threaten to fire you in order to intimidate you into doing something illegal, for example, then the supervisor has committed a crime.
he put them contration camps and never fed them and killed them and and smaked them around like they were his pets and made them do every little thing for him
Yes, according to the Federal Trade Commission, in nearly every state the repossession agent may enter your property to locate and recover the vehicle. However, they are not allowed to 'breach the peace'. They can't break fences, gates, doors, locks, etc. They can't threaten or intimidate you. You are not allowed to threaten the repossessor.
Harrass, intimidate, threaten, coerse. Often, people refer to 'School-yard Bullying' in which one child threatens, intimidates, coerses or physically assaults another child in an attemt to gain control.
Not unless you intend to blackmail, threaten, stalk, or intimidate them... Famous people live under the same laws as the rest of us, they just have better lawyers. You are able to send them anything you might send a neighbour.
She is threaten to marry Paris by her father
Endanger is a synonym of threaten.
The adverb form of threaten is threateningly.
Don't you dare threaten me.He used the knife to threaten the police, so they tasered him.
It is illegal to threaten anyone's life.
There is no freedom that gives you the right to threaten the governor, or anyone for that matter. You have the right to criticize, but not the right to threaten.
threaten to sue and if they still dont take it off then you should actually sue them
it means to threaten or threaten aominous thing a anoying thing
The noun form of the verb to threaten is the gerund, threatening.
Climbing mountains without safety devices will threaten your life.
do swimers and divers threaten the red sea
The only creature that can threaten the black mamba is the mongoose.
The past tense of 'to threaten' is 'threatened', in all persons of the conjugation.