Of a menacing or threatening nature; minacious.(adjective)
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Use "minatory" in a sentence
"And then the ironically minatory heading on the Twitter page: "What are you doing?""
"It might be fairer to say that the West today is suffering from welcoming the sunny side of Thatcherism while forgetting its minatory aspects."
"But Anam invests real narrative power in the sections set in the mid-80s, in which the past resonates as an often minatory echo."