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Sentence count:100+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-06Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bullyingdetermentdeterrenceSimilar words: trepidationpredationtimidfoundationdegradationlimitationtimidlyintentionMeaning: [ɪn‚tɪmɪ'deɪʃn]  n. 1. the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something 2. the feeling of discouragement in the face of someone's superior fame or wealth or status etc. 3. the feeling of being intimidated; being made to feel afraid or timid 4. a communication that makes you afraid to try something. 
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1 The gang silenced witnesses by intimidation.
2 Workers were subjected to intimidation as they crossed the picket line.
3 The Opposition alleged voter intimidation by the army.
4 The defendant complained of intimidation during the investigation.
5 She had endured years of intimidation and violence.
6 They denied that violence and intimidation had figured prominently in achieving the decision.
7 Workers continue to enter the plant despite intimidation by mass pickets.
8 The campaign of violence and intimidation against them intensifies daily.
9 These men are accustomed to physical violence and intimidation.
10 Protesters angrily accused the police of violence and intimidation.
11 Widespread electoral fraud and intimidation already have been reported.
12 Was brute force and intimidation all they knew?
13 For battling divas, intimidation is a stock-in-trade.
14 His system of political patronage and agile intimidation of potential enemies reigns supreme in the economically depressed territories.
15 The argument from intimidation is a confession of intellectual impotence. Ayn Rand 
16 Viljoen warned on Aug. 26 that violence and intimidation had to end before negotiations on a new constitution could begin.
17 His security police are no strangers to intimidation when it comes to striking fear into Ciskei's 850,000 poverty-stricken people.
18 Witness intimidation in cases involving gangs and drugs has been hampering many criminal prosecutions, the Justice Department report said.
19 It was vital that the elections should be free of coercion or intimidation.
20 Actions were begun by the employing newspapers alleging nuisance, intimidation, harassment, and interference with commercial contracts.
21 He did a good job of it, too, through intimidation and challenges to people's right to vote.
22 Certainly Mosley's constant harping on the theme of left-wing intimidation was a fairly effective recruiting ploy throughout the 1930s.
23 Mr Milosevic is fighting for his political survival after a vicious campaign tainted by intimidation and haunted by fears of electoral fraud.
24 Another factor which affected the likelihood of a case being reported was intimidation by the cattle stealers.
25 It is a political culture in which the strong man dominates a series of lesser men through intimidation and debt.
26 The Institute, the research arm of the Justice Department,[] commissioned the private study on witness intimidation.
27 Both physicians insist, moreover, that the broader issue is one of intimidation.
28 The loss to the liberation movement through gagging, imprisonment, intimidation and exile was enormous.
29 Nearly 39 percent of the incidents were classified as intimidation, while about 5 percent were robberies.
30 In Nottinghamshire and adjacent Warwickshire and Leicestershire, pits continued to operate, despite physical intimidation by mass pickets.
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