Less intimidating to
Iraqi officials accompany the inspectors in order to intimidate witnesses.But think not it is by way of menace, or to intimidate you to favour me.These kisses however, which she had not had the strength at first to resist, began to intimidate the young girl.Blandishments will not fascinate us, nor will threats of a "halter" intimidate.
And while many will be drawn to a woman who exudes a certain amount of confidence, there’s a fine line between self-assured and intimidating.
Maybe, my presence here is meant only as a threat, intending to bring those to their senses whom it ought to intimidate.
He had expected to intimidate our hero easily, and now he was nonplused.
What you may need to work out is whether you come across as a poised, confidant woman, or as just plain unapproachable.
Ariovistus sent thither about 16,000 of his light troops and all his cavalry, to intimidate the Romans and impede the works.