verb (used with object), men·aced, men·ac·ing.
verb (used without object), men·aced, men·ac·ing.
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He muttered yet menacingly to himself, then his head fell on his breast, his eyes closed, and with a deep sigh he fell asleep.Almayer's Folly|Joseph Conrad
"Milor, the matter admits of no settlement," said the Breton menacingly, rising from his chair.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Bradshaw lapsed again into sullenness until Byng moved toward him menacingly.Fighting Byng|A. Stone
Again raising his weapon, the correspondent pointed it menacingly at the nearest "dug-out" on the other side.Captured at Tripoli|Percy F. Westerman
He went toward him slowly, menacingly, with his strong fingers working with desire to clutch his shrinking throat.In Old Kentucky|Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey