verb (used with object), men·aced, men·ac·ing.
verb (used without object), men·aced, men·ac·ing.
Origin of menace
Examples from the Web for menacing
Two menacing Fargo-esque figures show up to complicate things.Viral Video of the Day: A Little 'Lebowski' Influence in Kahlua Ad|Alex Chancey|September 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And many of my Sikh friends have shared with me a history of racial slurs and menacing stares they have endured over the years.
But it will take a lot more than castrating one menacing tantric to turn the tide.
Menacing strangers turned up at his house, and threats arrived in the mail.
The yellow ticking clock that punctuates every episode of 24 is simultaneously bombastic, methodical, menacing, and relentless.‘Live Another Day’ Review: Can Jack Bauer Save ‘24’ From Itself?|Jason Lynch|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her sharp, menacing cry sent the hair bristling along his back, and he snarled warningly at her.White Fang|Jack London
He saw the Theban Hills rolling their dark, menacing wave along the far horizon.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
But, at night, her dreams brought before her the dark and menacing countenance of her father.Leila, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
There was a cool, menacing insolence in the manner of the fellow which stung the pride of the young baronet to the quick.The Cock and Anchor|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
The masses of Stockholm on one occasion gave vent to their feelings by demonstrations which were of a menacing character.Sweden|Victor Nilsson