intimidation definition

  • noun:
    • The act of earning timid or scared or of deterring by threats; the state to be threatened; as, the voters were held from polls by intimidation.
    • The act of creating timid or afraid or of deterring by threats; their state to be threatened.
    • The work of daunting or making afraid, and/or condition to be threatened; worry excited by threats or aggressive functions.
    • in-law, the wrongful use of violence or a threat of violence, direct or indirect, against any person with a view to compel him to complete or even abstain from doing a bit of work which he has a legal straight to do or to avoid performing.
    • the feeling of being threatened; being made to feel afraid or shy
    • the sensation of frustration in the face of someone's exceptional popularity or wealth or standing etc.
    • the work of daunting a weaker individual make sure they are take action
    • a communication that produces you afraid to try anything

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