Nor should the poorer countries be browbeaten into bailing out the rich ones.
Allowing himself to be browbeaten by the likes of Bill Kristol will not further that agenda.
He had been browbeaten out of using the blade for transportation purposes, but at that point he had simply ceased to develop.
He had learned that the students would not be browbeaten or bullied.
You have browbeaten and abused me for something I could no more do than I could fly.
He was not one to be browbeaten or cheated, and he resolved to fight out the battle.
This was child's play to Mr. Chambers, who had browbeaten and overpowered even the directors of great corporations.
We can show him that boy scouts are not to be trifled with and browbeaten.
Well talk price until I have browbeaten you as low as you will go.
Why should he be browbeaten into communicating his private affairs to a stranger?
[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+)