Languidly and menacingly did her great black eyes look forth from beneath the black velvet.
Alfred cocked his revolver and menacingly pointed it at him.
It was menacingly near the empty mark—which meant he would have to spend time foraging before he could continue his journey.
Tom Long rose, and came at him menacingly, and Bob laughed in his face.
"Pilot, you will be responsible for this if my prisoners escape," said Mr. Grab menacingly.
The man looked hard at him for a few moments, but not menacingly.
"I will have half of it," declared Boarface, and he and Ab faced each other menacingly.
“Get thee gone,” said the guard coming toward her menacingly.
The sea went down somewhat, and no longer broke so menacingly, while it changed its colour from dirty green to steel-grey.
"For the last time, I order you to be gone," the valet went on, menacingly.
c.1300, "declaration of hostile intent," also "act of threatening," from Old French menace "menace, threat" (9c.), from Vulgar Latin minacia "threat, menace" (also source of Spanish amenaza, Italian minaccia), singular of Latin minaciæ "threatening things," from minax (genitive minacis) "threatening," from minari "threaten, jut, project," from minæ "threats, projecting points," from PIE root *men- (2) "to project." Applied to persons from 1936.