- expressing or serving as a menace or threat: his menacing glare;menacing language.
- The franchise adds some intriguing new faces—Ana de Armas, who previously partnered with Craig in Knives Out—and Rami Malek, who plays the menacing villain Safin.
- The real estate agent alleged that the woman had also become a menacing presence in the neighborhood.
- It was illustrated with a cartoon picture of a menacing Muslim man with a beard and prayer cap, beside a picture of a crying Hindu woman.
- Like the story, Jessica Hung Han Yun’s lighting design becomes increasingly menacing as things move along.
- The Ganges swells after monsoons that stretch from July to September and has a menacing look today, so people are avoiding it.
- Two menacing Fargo-esque figures show up to complicate things.
- But the moment suggests to him that if he is awake, then his reality is truly stranger and more menacing than he ever imagined.
- And many of my Sikh friends have shared with me a history of racial slurs and menacing stares they have endured over the years.
- But an island any less menacing would fail to breed a villain who could hope to spar with James Bond.
- But it will take a lot more than castrating one menacing tantric to turn the tide.
- He saw the Theban Hills rolling their dark, menacing wave along the far horizon.
- A black, menacing wall that rose before us suddenly resolved itself into a grove of trees, great four-foot cottonwoods.
- It was like a child's drawing of a human eye, round, staring, and at the same time infinitely menacing.
- And hardly a degree less menacing is this gigantic octapus of labor unionism—of inexcusable socialism.
- She was about to proceed in this somewhat menacing manner, but the captain sprang up, excited, and red in the face.