But if he comes to Israel to save it from itself or to browbeat its governing coalition, he is sure to return empty handed.
After parents and friends “browbeat” them about where to apply, what really influenced their decision about where to go?
The answer is not to browbeat the parties to scurry to the negotiating table.
She says the group "browbeat" Komen into reversing its decision, sparking a media storm that led Handel and many others to resign.
They walked round and round each other, seeming almost to tiptoe in their efforts to browbeat.
I'm not here to browbeat you, Mr. Worthington, or lie to you.
It is not a very manly thing, Mr. Holmes, to come here and browbeat a woman.
You mustn't think you can browbeat these boys, because you can't.
Robert Beverley said it was his constant practice to browbeat and vilify both lawyers and their clients.
Crosby was her property, to browbeat and maltreat as seemed best to her.
[I]t appears from the earliest quotations ... that the brow in question was that of the beater, not of the beaten party; but it is not evident whether the meaning was 'to beat with one's (frowning) brows,' or 'to beat (?lower) one's brows at.' [OED]Related: Browbeaten; browbeating.
To intimidate; strong-arm (1830s+)