Less intimidating thesaurus
Was it not, then, the shout the warriors make when they wish to intimidate their enemies?Circumstances were not the same as before, however, and he failed to intimidate them.
Let me tell him, gentlemen, that any gestures of dissent or disapprobation in which he may indulge in this court will not go down with you; that you will know how to value and how to appreciate them; and let me tell him further, as my Lord will tell you, gentlemen, that a counsel, in the discharge of his duty to his client, is neither to be nor bullied, nor put down; and that any attempt to do either the one or the other, or the first, or the last, will recoil on the head of the attempter, be he plaintiff or be he defendant, be his name Pickwick, or Noakes, or Stoakes, or Stiles, or Brown, or Thompson.
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.
The tone of the press there was intimidating, particularly toward Russia.
As to intimidating me, or changing my course, the thing cannot be done.