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use "intimidate" in a sentence

The challenge seemed to invigorate, not intimidate, the 23-year-old.

“They’re using their wealth to intimidate a political candidate.

Hardline Islamist activists also target and intimidate LGBT individuals.

“They intimidate their rivals and pressure officials,” Aulas said this week.

Ugly, jealous, hateful words meant to intimidate and objectify a 13-year-old girl.

The two sergeants tried to intimidate the lead FBI agent by threatening her with arrest.

We will not allow NFL football players to intimidate those who allege they are rape victims."

They think they (the militants) can intimidate us, he told A-Haber television in an interview.

Y'know, the MOST OF EVERYONE that doesn't feel the need to openly intimidate people with threat..

We understand it is the goal of terrorists to intimidate and disrupt our democratic society.

But I have always thought that they are just trying to intimidate me and never taken them seriously.

The U.S. alleged that China was trying to intimidate the people of Taiwan into voting against the proposal.

Professional boxer Marvin Hagler once stated, "Nothing can intimidate me. I just go out and destruct and destroy."

Shlomo contracted the Soprano family to intimidate Ariel into walking away.

Iraq War : The U.S. has used dogs to intimidate prisoners in Iraqi prisons.

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