- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of threaten.
“Some of the foregoing verbs admit also a Direct Object in connection with the Dative; as, -- mihi mortem minitātur, _he threatens me with death_ (_threatens death to me_).”
“Now the loss of his title threatens Tyson's fragile self-respect even further.”
“Rain threatens late night and lasts through much of Thurs”
“An assassin threatens to upset the delicate balance of peace in Britain, the last bastion of Christianity in a world where Islam is predominant, thanks to the Huns defeat of Rome.”
“Last month The Mail reported that A summer of rain threatens to bring the great autumn floods”
“Today The Mail reports that A summer of rain threatens to bring the great autumn floods”
“Terrible things happen in the book, and the possibility of further terrible things happening always threatens from the wings.”
“And as spring's rain threatens to wash out my mood forever, I have summer to look forward to.”
“The only thing gay marriage threatens is the self-esteem and righteousness of a crowd of bigoted, deluded jerks who think that god made the world for them.”
“Also: right after Angelin threatens to kill Iskero, he now asks her for a date.”
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