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intimidate
used in Listening for Lions

3 uses
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Definition
make fearful of inadequacy

or:

threaten
  • I saw that Mr. Pritchard was intimidated by his father's piercing stare.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (76% in)
  • She was tall, six feet if she was an inch, and generously built; she would have been intimidating but for her wide smile and girlish clothes, ruffles and bows everywhere.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (44% in)
  • Even the location of the hospital was intimidating, close as it was to the great Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (65% in)

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