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Sentence count:74+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-20Updated:2017-02-20
Similar words: intimidationintimidatejust in timeglintingaccommodatingstimulatingtimidtimidlyMeaning: [ɪn'tɪmɪdeɪt]  adj. discouraging through fear. 
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1. She can be very intimidating when she's angry.
2. He had developed a fearsome reputation for intimidating people.
3. Some people find interview situations very intimidating.
4. He was a huge, intimidating figure.
5. Although she was intimidating in aspect, she was warm and affectionate beneath the surface.
6. This kind of questioning can be very intimidating to children.
7. The intimidating bulk of Mt Everest rose up before the climbers.
8. They were accused of intimidating people into voting for them.
9. With her precise use of language and intimidating aspect, she was a typical traditional schoolmistress.
10. She admits that her height is intimidating for some men.
11. Cawley received an intimidating letter from her ex-husband's lawyer.
12. Government officials accused the rebels of intimidating voters.
13. They are intimidating towards criminal lawyers.
14. I really liked Yale,[] but it was quite intimidating.
15. Its near presence is rather overpowering and intimidating yet it is softened by the verdant greenery around its base.
16. They accuse the authorities of intimidating others to stop them joining their ranks.
17. This impressive list could be quite intimidating to any executive managers faced with planning and implementing an organizational transformation.
18. The sheer weight of dicta amassed was intimidating, but Mr. Ashworth conceded he could find no authority actually binding on me.
19. In committee she was a doughty and sometimes intimidating fighter.
20. His very stance could be intimidating, standing with his head lowered, bull-like.
21. Brand was a cruel and intimidating man who abused his children and his wife.
22. The formal gesture, chivalrous and yet intimidating[], was like a bucket of cold water thrown over Constance's confidence.
23. Without this intimidating ring of fire the herd might easily smash its way out.
24. Authority radiated from him, touching and enfolding all, intimidating and protecting all.
25. Then she wondered suddenly if Tom Russell had known she would find it intimidating and had deliberately kept her in the dark.
26. Each claimed to have seen 49ers stadium boosters engaged in what he believed was improper and intimidating conduct at the polls.
27. The ruggedly handsome face looked impatient and his size was quite intimidating.
28. The cure for the shaking floor is to rebuild the floor, an intimidating task at best.
29. More often, though, he preferred to pitch the ball up and get his wickets in less intimidating fashion.
30. You practically needed a stepladder to get their autographs, and their sheer size and strength was intimidating and overwhelming.
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