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- adv. In a threatening manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With a threat or menace; in a threatening manner.
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- adv. in a menacing manner
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At the same moment the nearest iron bar was shoved in threateningly close to Alphonso, who shifted his yellow eyes from Michael to the bar and back again and did not strike out.
At the same moment the nearest iron bar was shoved in threateningly close to Alphonso, who shifted his yellow eyes from
To the accompanying activists, one called threateningly, "You in the blue shirt - be careful!".
"Stop laughing!" he warned her, waving his sword threateningly ... or at least in a manner that he imagined was threatening.
Glory brandished the sword threateningly, gripping the hilt tightly.
One of the two thickly muscled guards who had been duped by Simna stepped forward, holding his heavy sword threateningly out in front of him.
He turned swiftly, favoring his injured leg, lifting the longsword threateningly -- then relaxed, grinning.
Young General So drew his sword threateningly, and told him that they must stay and see it through.
He called threateningly from the bottom of the stairs.
Wolf-in-the-Temple, who led the band, seized the horse by the bridle, and flourishing his sword threateningly, addressed the frightened peasant lass.