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intimidated

[ in-tim-i-dey-tid ]
/ ɪnˈtɪm ɪˌdeɪ tɪd /
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adjective
made afraid; frightened, especially by the threats or aggression of another:The policy, which applies to all police officers, spells out special measures to identify and protect vulnerable and intimidated witnesses.
timid or anxious, especially at the prospect of difficulty or risk; daunted:Even after the intensive six-week workshop we all attended, I felt somewhat intimidated given the scope of the task before me.
overawed or cowed, as through force of personality or by superior display of wealth, talent, rank, etc.:I am not from a posh background, and felt very intimidated being in the House of Lords at Westminster.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of intimidate.
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Origin of intimidated

OTHER WORDS FROM intimidated

un·in·tim·i·dat·ed, adjective
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