What does browbeat mean?


What does browbeat mean?


The verb 'browbeat' first came to be used in the English language during the 16th century. Some similar terms are browbeaten, browbeater and browbeating.

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Browbeat means to bully someone, but with words or looks rather than with physical violence. A good synonym is 'intimidate.' Here are some examples of...

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