to intimidate by overbearing looks or words; bully:
They browbeat him into agreeing.
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verb -beats, -beating, -beat, -beaten
(transitive) to discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate
[I]t appears from the earliest quotations … that the brow in question was that of the beater, not of the beaten party; but it is not evident whether the meaning was ‘to beat with one’s (frowning) brows,’ or ‘to beat (?lower) one’s brows at.’ [OED]
Related: Browbeaten; browbeating.
a dark tertiary color with a yellowish or reddish hue. Offensive. a person whose skin has a light- or dark-brown pigmentation. of the color brown. (of animals) having skin, fur, hair, or feathers of that color. sunburned or tanned. Often Offensive. (of human beings) having the skin naturally pigmented a brown color. to make or […]
the bony prominence above the eye.
enabling or encouraging one to browse: a browsable book; a browsable store.