Meaning of terrorization in English:

terrorization

Pronunciation /tɛrərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

(also British terrorisation)

See terrorize

‘It is improbable that any terrorization of the civil population which can be achieved by air attack could compel the government of a nation to surrender.’
  • ‘The terrorization of her brother is over for another day.’
  • ‘They were friends, even though he annoyed her and Marian more than anything, but with the years, it changed from terrorization to teasing.’
  • ‘The psychological impact of such terrorization upon local communities can scarcely be imagined.’