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big stick political or military power, displayed or implied to intimidate or gain cooperation from potential adversaries, esp. as a foreign policy.
bluff2 to deceive, mislead, or intimidate using false pretenses. [1/6 definitions]
buffalo to intimidate or coerce, as by a show of force. [1/4 definitions]
bulldoze to intimidate or threaten. [1/2 definitions]
bully1 to harass and intimidate. [1/5 definitions]
bullyrag to bully, abuse, or intimidate.
cow2 to scare or intimidate with threats, violence, or the like.
daunt to lessen the determination of; intimidate; discourage.
overawe to cause to be subdued by awe; intimidate.
psych (informal) to intimidate with psychological pressure; make uneasy or nervous (usu. fol. by "out"). [1/3 definitions]
sandbag (informal) to intimidate or coerce. [1/5 definitions]
shut down (informal) to thoroughly intimidate (someone), usu. through verbal abuse. [1/4 definitions]
squelch to intimidate or silence, as with a crushing reply. [1/7 definitions]
stare down to intimidate by staring at.
terrorize to intimidate or coerce with threats or acts of violence. [1/2 definitions]