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She had dark, menacing eyes.
Menacing with spear and arrow.
She gave Shen a menacing glare.
Her voice is low and menacing.
He responded in a menacing tone.
His smile took on a menacing cast.
Who was the he? Menacing obscurity.

She contemplated the menacing array.
His eyes remained open and menacing.
He wore a menacing look on his face.
Menacing thoughts occupied his mind.
She screamed on seeing his menacing.
With a menacing grin, he raised his.
Groves, he said in a menacing tone.
But that too seemed menacing to Bilbo.
You just stand there and look menacing.
Nostromo shouted in a menacing voice—.
They gave a menacing look to her despair.
She brandished a menacing Bowie knife at us.
Into those menacing depths they had plunged.
His voice was soft and menacing when he spoke.
But the most menacing stare came from Yvonne.
His expression was suddenly cold and menacing.
But that isn’t what makes him look menacing.
Jed Foster, he said in a low, menacing tone.
He never takes his eyes off the menacing wonder.
She addressed the Covens in a loud menacing tone.
It wasn’t a large, menacing predator, but at.
Unks stares him down with his own menacing stare.
Her father seemed more menacing than ever before.
And by the way, Novak said in a menacing tone.
The menacing shape had a machine gun in his hands.
The blade was menacing and a good six inches long.
Katy drew back from the menacing stranger in shock.
She suspected he wanted to sound angry and menacing.
The two men walked towards him in a menacing manner.
They scanned the area with their menacing eyes then.
Sniders walked around the room with a menacing stare.
Suddenly it became menacing, powerful, harsh as stone.
Hunter's silence seemed more menacing than his speech.
No one menaced them on the march to the tent.
I’m talking to you, asshole! Mike menaced.
Now just give me the damn keys,’ Jodie menaced through gritted teeth.
That which had menaced, that which had reassured him,—all had vanished.
Our territory was invaded, I defended it; France was menaced, I offered my breast.
A shiver raced up Truman’s spine as the knife menaced scant inches from her flesh.
Harald and the pilot lay at her feet, trussed like chickens and menaced by the dog.
A beginning of mystery menaced "the established order of things," which was suspicious and underhand.
The peculiarity of prudery is to place all the more sentinels in proportion as the fortress is the less menaced.
He was menaced by a few passing cars; these howled their fury at him, but screamed past in pursuit of other prey.
I shall not attempt to exhibit an account between the belligerents of mercantile spoliations inflicted and menaced.
A ridge of lighted heath, alive, glancing, devouring, would have been a meet emblem of my mind when I accused and menaced Mrs.
A tall and powerful Huron, who had husbanded his forces, pressed close upon his heels, and with an uplifted arm menaced a fatal blow.
Thus warned and menaced, the castellan forthwith brought out a book in which he used to enter the straw and barley he served out to the.
Without realizing it, she was menaced by the same trap of pity that had been the downfall of so many of Florentino Ariza’s defenseless victims.
Almost every soldier, as he gazed on abandoned Sevastopol, from the northern shore, sighed with inexpressible bitterness of heart, and menaced the foe.
And now, when an attack was menaced at Savannah, gentlemen wanted a frigate! If nine-tenths of the people were opposed to the evasions of the embargo law, Mr.
At least it was of earthly matter; it was a crawling death, but it threatened only physical extinction, whereas these other horrors menaced mind and soul as well.
The men who were work-ing along the rows felt possessed by a strange fascina-tion, menaced by some invisible danger, and many succumbed to a terrible desire to weep.
With that I shut the window and returned to my place by the fire; having too small a stock of hypocrisy at my command to pretend any anxiety for the danger that menaced him.
In an instant all was confusion; a thousand drawn swords menaced me from every quarter, and Sab Than sprang upon me with a jeweled dagger he had drawn from his nuptial ornaments.
Under existing circumstances the community is menaced by another equally great danger - the people are mentally and physically degenerating from lack of proper food and clothing.
President, I wish to call the attention of the Senate to the propriety and constitutionality of calling out this detachment of militia at a time when no enemy menaced an invasion.
The insurgents' whole attention had been directed, therefore, to the grand barricade, which was, evidently, the spot always menaced, and there the struggle would infallibly recommence.
Yet so crushing were the liabilities under its long-term leases (and to carry properties acquired by subsidiaries), that in 1932 bankruptcy was resorted to and the preferred stock was menaced with extinction.
For more than a century have the presumptuous dwellers of the hyperborean shores, relying on a reputation they have ill deserved, menaced and intimidated the humble and confiding monarchs of civilized Europe.
At five o'clock in the evening, they were masters of the Bastille, of the Lingerie, of the BlancsManteaux; their scouts had reached the Place des Victoires, and menaced the Bank, the Petits-Peres barracks, and the PostOffice.
Aragorn said naught in answer, but he took the other's eye and held it, and for a moment they strove thus; but soon, though Aragorn did not stir nor move hand to weapon, the other quailed and gave back as if menaced with a blow.
By the side of the one where they were singing, there was one where they were howling; a third where they were begging; one could be seen in which they were gnashing their teeth; another load menaced the spectators, another blasphemed God; the last was as silent as the tomb.
Having only just got going, the driver, was unwilling to pull over for some daffy tourist who should have stuck to the dish of the day, until Mark pulled on the saving the day trousers and menaced the guy into pulling off the road at whcich point I gratefully relinquished the cheese sandwich and most of my internal organs.
We cannot shut our eyes and pretend that we do not see the policeman, who, armed with a revolver, paces before our window, protecting us while we are eating our excellent dinner, or when we are at the theater seeing a new play; nor do not know of the existence of the soldiers who will appear armed with guns and cartridges whenever our property is menaced.
In a building at the back, attainable by a courtyard where a plane-tree rustled its green leaves, church-organs claimed to be made, and silver to be chased, and likewise gold to be beaten by some mysterious giant who had a golden arm starting out of the wall of the front hall--as if he had beaten himself precious, and menaced a similar conversion of all visitors.
A company which is, in itself, a sovereignty—which has subverted empires and set up new dynasties—and has not only made war, but war against its legitimate sovereign! Under the influence of this power, we have seen arise a South Sea Company, and a Mississippi Company, that distracted and convulsed all Europe, and menaced a total overthrow of all credit and confidence, and universal bankruptcy.
The undersigned undertook the mission, which lasted from the month of January to the month of June, inclusive, during which period those public acts and legislative resolutions of the Assemblies of Massachusetts and Connecticut were passed which kept the General Government of the United States in check, and deterred it from carrying into execution the measures of hostility with which Great Britain was menaced.
She did not need to see to realize that the flower beds, cultivated with such care since the first rebuilding, had been destroyed by the rain and ruined by Aureliano Segundo’s excavations, and that the walls and the cement of the floors were cracked, the furniture mushy and discolored, the doors off their hinges, and the family menaced by a spirit of resigna-tion and despair that was inconceivable in her time.
He was not a talkative man, Old Andy, whose affectionate ship-name clung to him even in that Sailors' Home, where the staff understood and liked the sailors (those men without a home) and did its duty by them with an unobtrusive tact, with a patient and humorous sense of their idiosyncrasies, to which I hasten to testify now, when the very existence of that institution is menaced after so many years of most useful work.
As, blind and deaf, the whale plunged forward, as if by sheer power of speed to rid himself of the iron leech that had fastened to him; as we thus tore a white gash in the sea, on all sides menaced as we flew, by the crazed creatures to and fro rushing about us; our beset boat was like a ship mobbed by ice-isles in a tempest, and striving to steer through their complicated channels and straits, knowing not at what moment it may be locked in and crushed.
And, furthermore, that those partitions, being too high to climb over, the people confined in each menaced compartment had to stay there and become asphyxiated or roasted, because no exits to the outside, say to the roof, had been provided! What would you think of the intelligence or candour of these advertising people? What would you think of them? And yet, apart from the obvious difference in the action of fire and water, the cases are essentially the same.
A few feet below it a stuffed Polar bear menaces the hotel guests.
Then The Man turned to Menachem and spoke menaces softly as he caught his breath.
Ted understands the difference between a consideration and a question delivered with menaces.
The menaces of a war that is likely to break out at any time make all the perfections of the social life useless and in vain.
So, in adherence to some kind of perverse morality, these little menaces were never deployed as a long-range offensive weapon.
Standing three feet away in the middle of the road he seemed larger than any of his family members, distant brown menaces in a field.
Multitudes hear these menaces without a pang, and 'take sittings’ to listen to them, if eloquently set forth by a tragical preacher.
They consider all the menaces and "dreadful note of preparation" to be a mere finesse, intended only to obtain concessions from England on cheap terms.
By the light of a few torches, a hideous crowd was seen before the windows, armed with scythes and axes, which they were brandishing with fearful menaces.
The old tyrant, maddened by one of his sudden accesses of suspicion, mingled spluttering appeals to their fidelity with imprecations and horrible menaces.
Yeah Yeah Yeah it has turns into a terror factory and perhaps we have become an epitome of war and hatred but like I said we didn’t call for these menaces to the society.
Distracted between the coaxings and menaces of Sotillo and his Staff, the miserable commander of the steamer kept her moving with as much prudence as they would let him exercise.
Nor can it be pretended that they are not answerable for the atrocities perpetrated; since the savages are employed with a knowledge, and even with menaces, that their fury could not be controlled.
But I discovered no trace of him and was beginning to conjecture that some fortunate chance had intervened to prevent the execution of his menaces when suddenly I heard a shrill and dreadful scream.
Menaces are serious things; and, if we expect any good from them, they ought to be resorted to with as much caution and seriousness as war itself, and should, if not successful, be invariably followed by it.
My destruction might indeed arrive a few months sooner, but if my torturer should suspect that I postponed it, influenced by his menaces, he would surely find other and perhaps more dreadful means of revenge.
Lastly, he has his own fauna, which he observes attentively in the corners; the lady-bird, the death's-head plant-louse, the daddy-long-legs, "the devil," a black insect, which menaces by twisting about its tail armed with two horns.
Now what can compel a man to do, not what he wishes, but what he does not wish, is physical violence, or a threat of using such, that is, the deprivation of liberty, beating, maiming, or executable menaces that such actions will be carried out.
But you will be told that in our Russia, which has grown so poor in men of character, one man had the courage to stand up and, in spite of deadly menaces showered on him from all sides, to tell the fools the truth, that is, that they are fools.
Their Breton mother, true to form in all of her formidable petiteness and feistiness, swore to protect her tall and broad-shouldered Redguard husband from any and all menaces with everything in her – promising to rip them apart with her bare hands, even.
Ben hesitantly admitted that it might not all be apples because we were assigned to sleep in something named Possum Tent, but he did assure us that Australia’s possums were adorable and not the angry, giant-teethed, hissing menaces that we had in Texas.
The consequence is, that, after all the parade and menaces with which the session commenced, it has been suffered to end without carrying into effect any of the plans of the Administration, except the interdiction of commercial intercourse with England and France, an event that was anticipated in my former letters.
Bold and rapid as was the progress of the scout, it was exceeded by that of a light and vigorous form which, bounding past him, leaped, with incredible activity and daring, into the very center of the Hurons, where it stood, whirling a tomahawk, and flourishing a glittering knife, with fearful menaces, in front of Cora.
Sire, I have come as rapidly to Paris as possible, to inform your majesty that I have discovered, in the exercise of my duties, not a commonplace and insignificant plot, such as is every day got up in the lower ranks of the people and in the army, but an actual conspiracy— a storm which menaces no less than your majesty's throne.
The very existence of this spirit of rivalry favors the chances of war: the nations, no longer able to support the increased armament, will sooner or later prefer open war to the tension in which they live and the ruin which menaces them, so that the slightest pretext will avail to kindle in Europe the conflagration of a general war.
Shall we continue to raise our eyes to heaven? is the luminous point which we distinguish there one of those which vanish? The ideal is frightful to behold, thus lost in the depths, small, isolated, imperceptible, brilliant, but surrounded by those great, black menaces, monstrously heaped around it; yet no more in danger than a star in the maw of the clouds.
Camilla was not long in recovering from her fainting fit and on coming to herself she said, Why do you not go, Leonela, to call hither that friend, the falsest to his friend the sun ever shone upon or night concealed? Away, run, haste, speed! lest the fire of my wrath burn itself out with delay, and the righteous vengeance that I hope for melt away in menaces and maledictions.
And yet if it is clear that it was only by means of menaces, blows, or murder, that the mill in Orel was enabled to yield a larger income, or that the forest which the peasants had planted became the property of a landowner, it should be equally clear that all the other exclusive rights enjoyed by the rich, by robbing the poor of their necessities, rest on the same basis of violence.
But the men from the masses who free themselves from constant labour and who educate themselves, and who, it would seem, should be able to understand the deception which is practised upon them, are subjected to such an intensified effect of menaces, bribery, and hypnotization by the governments, that they almost without an exception pass over to the side of the governments and, accepting advantageous and well-paid positions as teachers, priests, officers, officials, become participants in the dissemination of the deception which ruins their fellow men.

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Are a menace, a threat to.
This camp is a menace to health.
I forgot about the menace outside.
There was real menace in his voice.
They were a menace to society really.
And I was nothing to him but a menace.
They did not heed that crawling menace.
He waved his bat in the air with menace.
Then he turned to face the canine menace.
He’s a menace, Admiral Nechayev said.
I hope, we’ll have more fun, than menace.
Whatever it was, it swam with grace and menace.
Today however, it radiated nothing but menace.
Manning was a traitor and a menace to his old.
He came toward me with playful menace in his eyes.
That menace of a Drew showed up and knocked me out.
Menace and also the kid in the original Lassie show.
The man shivered under the menace of Clayton’s stare.
That would be menace to the world and to India herself.
That was how close they were to being a serious menace.
On the other hand, Geoff was becoming a perpetual menace.
There was a tone of serious menace in the man’ s voice.
For an instant I read hatred and menace in the evil eyes.
Donna gasped at the blue gleaming menace of the revolver.
This unholy menace of an individual had to be destroyed!.
All the fear the crew felt towards this dark menace changes.
Their only defense against the dark menace is fearless Cass.
We will all gather together to rid our world of this menace.
With a flash of menace the huge fin came at him, he didn’t.
Indeed, the report could mean nothing but war or empty menace.
Those who suffer menace will find peace, for justice is at hand.
They proved to be a significant and costly menace to the United.
There was no menace in her tone, so I shrugged apologetic assent.
Authority is either the menace or the perpetration of these acts.
Above him the sleeping dragon lay, a dire menace even in his sleep.
I don't know, Sir, but there seemed to be no air of menace about it.
The assailing hosts halted, foiled by the silent menace of rock and.
There was an unmistakable note of menace in his voice as he said this.
Are you in charge here? asked Rana, her voice heavy with menace.
But his nuttiness just diluted all the menace and turned it into farce.

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