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Use "browbeating" in a sentence
"If she pulls out too quickly, she will fall prey to the usual browbeating from the right — the same theme that has played relentlessly since 1968."
"* Also in that link: Republican candidates across the country begin using Obama's efforts to pressure Israel as a weapon against Dems, with one alleging an "alarming pattern" in the mideast and another accusing Obama of "browbeating" Israel."
"If they treat Richardson this way, in public, what kind of browbeating, threats and general nastiness are they using more quietly with the uncommitted supers?"