terrorise


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Related to terrorise: terrorizing

terrorise


Past participle: terrorised
Gerund: terrorising

Imperative
terrorise
terrorise
Present
I terrorise
you terrorise
he/she/it terrorises
we terrorise
you terrorise
they terrorise
Preterite
I terrorised
you terrorised
he/she/it terrorised
we terrorised
you terrorised
they terrorised
Present Continuous
I am terrorising
you are terrorising
he/she/it is terrorising
we are terrorising
you are terrorising
they are terrorising
Present Perfect
I have terrorised
you have terrorised
he/she/it has terrorised
we have terrorised
you have terrorised
they have terrorised
Past Continuous
I was terrorising
you were terrorising
he/she/it was terrorising
we were terrorising
you were terrorising
they were terrorising
Past Perfect
I had terrorised
you had terrorised
he/she/it had terrorised
we had terrorised
you had terrorised
they had terrorised
Future
I will terrorise
you will terrorise
he/she/it will terrorise
we will terrorise
you will terrorise
they will terrorise
Future Perfect
I will have terrorised
you will have terrorised
he/she/it will have terrorised
we will have terrorised
you will have terrorised
they will have terrorised
Future Continuous
I will be terrorising
you will be terrorising
he/she/it will be terrorising
we will be terrorising
you will be terrorising
they will be terrorising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been terrorising
you have been terrorising
he/she/it has been terrorising
we have been terrorising
you have been terrorising
they have been terrorising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been terrorising
you will have been terrorising
he/she/it will have been terrorising
we will have been terrorising
you will have been terrorising
they will have been terrorising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been terrorising
you had been terrorising
he/she/it had been terrorising
we had been terrorising
you had been terrorising
they had been terrorising
Conditional
I would terrorise
you would terrorise
he/she/it would terrorise
we would terrorise
you would terrorise
they would terrorise
Past Conditional
I would have terrorised
you would have terrorised
he/she/it would have terrorised
we would have terrorised
you would have terrorised
they would have terrorised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.terrorise - coerce by violence or with threats
coerce, force, hale, pressure, squeeze - to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means :"She forced him to take a job in the city"; "He squeezed her for information"
2.terrorise - fill with terror; frighten greatly
affright, fright, frighten, scare - cause fear in; "The stranger who hangs around the building frightens me"; "Ghosts could never affright her"
panic - cause sudden fear in or fill with sudden panic; "The mere thought of an isolation cell panicked the prisoners"
Translations
يُرْعِب، يُرْهِب
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terror

(ˈterə) noun
1. very great fear. She screamed with/in terror; She has a terror of spiders.
2. something which makes one very afraid. The terrors of war.
3. a troublesome person, especially a child. That child is a real terror!
ˈterrorism noun
the actions or methods of terrorists. international terrorism.
ˈterrorist noun
a person who tries to frighten people or governments into doing what he/she wants by using or threatening violence. The plane was hijacked by terrorists; (also adjective) terrorist activities.
ˈterrorize, ˈterrorise verb
to make very frightened by using or threatening violence. A lion escaped from the zoo and terrorized the whole town.
ˌterroriˈzation, ˌterroriˈsation noun
ˈterror-stricken adjective
feeling very great fear. The children were terror-stricken.
References in classic literature ?
A heterogeneous collection of navigable balloons of all sizes and types gathered over the Bernese Oberland, crushed and burnt the twenty-five Swiss air-ships' that unexpectedly resisted this concentration in the battle of the Alps, and then, leaving the Alpine glaciers and valleys strewn with strange wreckage, divided into two fleets and set itself to terrorise Berlin and destroy the Franconian Park, seeking to do this before the second air-fleet could be inflated.
15 (BNA): The Interior Ministry denied any Government plans to abrogate the criminalization of hoax bombs, which are planted with the intent to terrorise people and disrupt public security.
He has made several statements in the last one week to terrorise the community.
When we do this, our unconscious message to the child is clear: "Don't feel and act on your feelings, unless they are happy or loving ones, or I will terrorise you until you stop
HE criminals who invade Tpeople's homes set out to terrorise their victims and scare them into submission.
FOR too long governments have allowed families like this to run estates and terrorise hard working, decent people.
BAD COP BAD COP: Jack (Kent Harper) and Keith (Josh Strait) terrorise drivers
The reporter, Tim Lewis, describes the youth "gangs" as "terrorising": a definition of terrorise is "to make someone feel very frightened by threatening to kill or hurt them".