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- adj. Affected by intimidation
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of intimidate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made timid or fearful as by threats.
- adj. frightened into submission or compliance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made timid or fearful as by threats
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Although the three are excited by the progress they've made, they remain intimidated by complicated state laws regarding absentee ballots.
Sometimes being intimidated is the better part of valor.
Mr. Rice says he concluded that his high-level title intimidated subordinates, and he should avoid sarcasm because everything we do is amplified.
"I wasn't intimidated from the jump," said Malcolm Campbell, who scored 26 points.
George Mason coach Jim Larranaga admitted the Patriots were intimidated from the start.
Republican operatives using lies on mailings and phone calls intimidated elderly and minority likely Democratic voters.
She laughed, flexing the muscles of her benumbed leg: "Your expression intimidated me.
The capable Barrie, a relative newcomer to Steppenwolf, seems to me overly intimidated, which is a mistake.
I think I was a little bit intimidated, which is hard for someone to do that to me.
Cindy will not be intimidated, that is why she deserved to oust the anti-American Pelosi.