threatful


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threatful

(ˈθrɛtfʊl)
adj
threatening, menacing or full of threats
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In order to stop terrorists, extremists, miscreant fasaadis, pseudo-Jihadi elements from commiting their crimes, and as a pre-emptive and precautious measure, security and law enforcement agencies were also reported taking away such potentially threatful and endangering elements who came to be known as missing or disappeared persons, before they could commit crimes or terrorism.
He whispered, "When William was totally blind, he showed no visible angry, panic-attack, urgent, threatful tendencies.
It will be there, musing, quiet, steadfast, not fading, not particularly threatful, but of itself alone serene, of itself alone triumphant" (465).
It will he there, musing, quiet, steadfast, not fading and not particularly threatful, but of itself alone serene, of itself alone triumphant.