Did you maybe mean browbeat?
- v. alternative spelling of browbeat.
“Now the Anglo-Saxon is so constituted that to brow-beat or bully him is the last way under the sun of getting him to do any certain thing.”
“You have all the skill, tact and charm of a 16 year old boy trying to brow-beat his girlfriend into putting out. joe from Lowell says:”
“Having been to one of their ‘HSC Hype’ study camps for Year 12 students, where they tried to brow-beat kids into becoming born again and stories about exorcism were de rigour – I have no doubts these stories are quite true.”
“I challenge any Welsh Labour politicians to defend and support these proposals to brow-beat the unemployed.”
“Does anyone else feel that Her Royale Crownship has brow-beat her man into helping AND his heart ain't in it?”
“It feels like they were just looking for politicians to brow-beat Iran.”
“I love how she brow-beat that young woman into submission.”
“And Conservatives should roundly expose these slogans as Neo-Con Propaganda which, by design, they virulently employ at every turn not only to brow-beat the Left (impossibly), but expressly to shame Conservatives into to continuing to go along for the ride.”
“Because when you started appointing bigots, racists, and religious fanatics to key positions, when you brow-beat the GG, you went beyond politics.”
“Instead, to love them and trust God with the details, rather than trying to brow-beat, manipulate, strategize things out myself.”
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