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coerce by violence or with threats
terrify, terrorize, terroriseverb
fill with terror; frighten greatly
to impress with terror; to coerce by intimidation
The numerical value of terrorize in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of terrorize in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of terrorize in a Sentence
Administrative Reforms Minister George Katrougalos:
While the programme is active until Tuesday, they aren't providing the necessary liquidity for Greek banks just to blackmail and to terrorize us, if we vote a yes, they will demolish pensions, you will have to pay for medicare in public hospitals. When your kids can't go to school you will say' thanks' and they will say' you asked for it'.
Our family and our country suffered an unspeakable loss due to the inhumanity of one man, we believe in the gentleness that spared his life, but in taming his act of violence, he should not have the opportunity to terrorize again.
No one can terrorize a whole nation, unless we are all his accomplices.
If you're a Republican, you can't even lie to Congress or lie to an FBI agent or they're coming after you, they're going to bury you, they're going to put you in the DC jail and terrorize and torture you and not live up to the Constitution there.
There was nothing about this day that was a twist of fate, this was a cold, calculated terrorist act. This was intentional. It was bloodthirsty. It was to make a point. It was to tell America that' We will not be terrorized by you anymore. We will terrorize you.'.
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