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  • 21browbeat — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. bully (See fear). II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. bully, intimidate, frighten, cow; see ride 4 , threaten 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. intimidate, bully, cow, badger, terrorize, harass, threaten,… …

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  • 22browbeat — brow·beat || braÊŠbiːt v. intimidate, bully, frighten with strong words and looks …

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  • 23browbeat — force you to work, harass, hound, on my case    He browbeats his employees. He shouts, You! Get to work! …

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  • 24browbeat — v. a. Bully, overbear, beat down, treat insolently …

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  • 25browbeat — verb past tense browbeatpast participle browbeaten, (transitive + into) to make someone do something by continuously asking them to, especially in an unpleasant threatening way: The witness was being browbeaten under cross examination …

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  • 26browbeat — v intimidate, cow, bully, bulldoze, bluster, dragoon; hector, badger, harass, taunt, threaten; dominate, domineer, overbear, subdue, beat down, terrorize; force, coerce, compel …

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  • 27browbeat — brow•beat [[t]ˈbraʊˌbit[/t]] v. t. beat, beat•en, beat•ing to intimidate by overbearing looks or words; bully • Etymology: 1575–85 brow′beat er, n …

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  • 28browbeat — v.tr. (past beat; past part. beaten) intimidate with stern looks and words. Derivatives: browbeater n …

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  • 29Browbeaten — Browbeat Brow beat , v. t. [imp. {Browbeat}; p. p. {Browbeaten}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Browbeating}.] To depress or bear down with haughty, stern looks, or with arrogant speech and dogmatic assertions; to abash or disconcert by impudent or abusive… …

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  • 30Browbeating — Browbeat Brow beat , v. t. [imp. {Browbeat}; p. p. {Browbeaten}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Browbeating}.] To depress or bear down with haughty, stern looks, or with arrogant speech and dogmatic assertions; to abash or disconcert by impudent or abusive… …

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  • 31Tom King (Emmerdale) — Infobox Emmerdale character 2 name=Tom King portrayer=Ken Farrington years=2004 ndash;2006 born=Birth date|1939|5|11|df=y death=death date and age|2006|12|25|1939|11|5|df=yes occupation=Businessman family=The King family spouse = Mary King (?… …

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  • 32bully — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. hector, brawler; plug ugly; tyrant. v. t. intimidate, browbeat, hector, bulldoze. See evildoer, insolence, threat. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. tormentor, ruffian, tough, tyrant; see rascal . v. Syn.… …

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  • 33intimidate — transitive verb ( dated; dating) Etymology: Medieval Latin intimidatus, past participle of intimidare, from Latin in + timidus timid Date: 1646 to make timid or fearful ; frighten; especially to compel or deter by or as if by threats < tried to&#8230; …

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  • 34Liste De Verbes Irréguliers En Anglais — En anglais, il y a des règles pour conjuguer les verbes. Cependant, certains verbes ne suivent pas les règles. Ces verbes sont appelés des verbes «&#160;irréguliers&#160;». Le nombre de ces verbes est discutable, selon le dictionnaire de&#8230; …

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  • 35Liste de verbes irreguliers en anglais — Liste de verbes irréguliers en anglais En anglais, il y a des règles pour conjuguer les verbes. Cependant, certains verbes ne suivent pas les règles. Ces verbes sont appelés des verbes «&#160;irréguliers&#160;». Le nombre de ces verbes est&#8230; …

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  • 36Liste de verbes irréguliers en anglais — En anglais, il y a des règles pour conjuguer les verbes. Cependant, certains verbes ne suivent pas les règles. Ces verbes sont appelés des verbes «&#160;irréguliers&#160;». Le nombre de ces verbes est discutable, selon le dictionnaire de&#8230; …

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  • 37hector — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. bully, torment, plague, domineer, bluster. See insolence, threat. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. browbeat, bully, nag; see bait 2 , bother 2 . See Synonym Study at bait . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v.&#8230; …

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  • 38intimidate — intimidate, cow, bulldoze, bully, browbeat are comparable when meaning to frighten or coerce by frightening means into submission or obedience. Intimidate primarily implies a making timid or fearful, but it often suggests a display or application …

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