Intimidated [adjective]

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While a door may seem intimidating at first, it’s a surprisingly straightforward project.

O’Farrell is not intimidated by the presence of the Bard’s canon or the paucity of the historical record, and she makes no effort to lard her pages with intimations of his genius or cute allusions to his plays.

No event has crowds that inspire or intimidate players — even great ones — more than the roars and groans at the Masters, especially in Amen Corner.

Which is why it was so strikingly worrisome when local election managers had to call the police on a purported “voter protection” volunteer who they accused of intimidating and misleading voters.

It is illegal in all 50 states for citizens to loiter around polling places and intimidate voters, meaning the President was urging his supporters to commit a federal crime.

Becker said it’s inevitable there will be Election Day incidents such as polling sites where technology breaks down or people who try to intimidate voters, but he expects these will be isolated and it will be his job to explain that.

So any activity that is designed to intimidate voters or suppress voting violates federal election laws.

The Sahoukar shrank back intimidated, and raising my voice I proceeded.

Nevertheless, there was a chance that by vigorous and sustained action the enemy might be not only impeded, but intimidated.

The old black mammy was lovable and affectionate, but she intimidated man with many a superstition.