Definition Of minacious

adjective

menacing; threatening.

D' Annunzio's in Rome, boisterous, warmongering, minacious , getting everyone riled up like a squawking parrot on a pirate's shoulder - remember Capitoline Hill?

Example Of minacious

  • Besides, Uncle Sam is somewhat of a minacious guardian of the mail's purity.

  • D' Annunzio's in Rome, boisterous, warmongering, minacious , getting everyone riled up like a squawking parrot on a pirate's shoulder - remember Capitoline Hill?

  • The multi-directional informational flow helps to make the internet a distinctive surveillant assemblage (Haggerty and Ericson, 2000: 605) with an idolatrous dream of omniperception and a minacious twinkle in the electronic eye.

  • The shuttle traders asked the government to legalize and regulate their vanishing trade and thus to save them from avaricious and minacious customs officials.

  • There can be no doubt that a rational jury could find that some or all of the minacious communications charged in the superseding indictment against Baker constituted threats by the defendant to harm a female human being.


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