Definition of intimidatory in English:

intimidatory

Translate intimidatory into Spanish

Pronunciation /inˈtimədəˌtôrē/ /ɪnˈtɪmədəˌtɔri/

adjective

See intimidate

  • ‘He could not understand the need for so many people to attend if the aim was merely peaceful persuasion: threats of violence and intimidatory language were inconsistent in any event with such peaceful persuasion.’
  • ‘The violence is indirect and intimidatory as much as coercive, certainly, although its intent is not to convert but to drive out those who identify with the victims.’
  • ‘The riot squad were quite provocative, aggressive and intimidatory.’
  • ‘The brakes will be off what has already been the most arrogant, aggressive and intimidatory government in the history of our country.’
  • ‘For example, when does aggressive and somewhat intimidatory interrogation of a suspect become torture?’

Pronunciation

intimidatory

/inˈtimədəˌtôrē/ /ɪnˈtɪmədəˌtɔri/