Legal Definition and Related Resources of Intimidation
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Meaning of Intimidation
To make timid or fearful, to inspire or affect with fear, to make fearful, frighten, deter as by threats, overawe and synonymous with such words as abash, terrify, daunt, cow, deter. See U:S. v Baker, (D. C. Cal.) 129 F. Supp.684.
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To make timid or fearful, to inspire or affect with fear, to make fearful, frighten, deter as by threats, overawe and [...]
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