menace

danger

menace

  1. something that is a source of danger
  2. a threat or the act of threatening

Menace

Menace may mean: ==Place== ==Popular culture== ...
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menace

[n] - something that is a source of danger 2. [n] - a threat or the act of threatening 3. [v] - express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture 4. [v] - act in a threatening manner
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Menace

• (n.) To threaten, as an evil to be inflicted. • (n.) The show of an intention to inflict evil; a threat or threatening; indication of a probable evil or catastrophe to come. • (v. i.) To act in threatening manner; to wear a threatening aspect. • (n.) To express or show an intention to inflict, or to hold out a prospect of infl...
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menace

noun a threat or the act of threatening; `he spoke with desperate menace`
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Menace

[Greek settlement] Menace or Maenace (Greek Μαινάκη Mainákē) is an ancient Greek settlement lying to the southeast of Spain according to Strabo (3,4,2). Maria Eugenia Aubet locates it at the site of modern Malaga. == Further reading == ...
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menace

[Noun] Threat. Something that you feel is dangerous.
Example: Smoking is a menace to the health of Britain.
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Menace

Men'ace (mĕn'as; 48) noun [ French, from Latin minaciae threats, menaces, from minax , - acis , projecting, threatening, minae projecting points or pinnacles, threats. Confer Amenable , Demean , Imminent , Minatory .] The show of an inte...
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Menace

Men'ace intransitive verb To act in threatening manner; to wear a threatening aspect. « Who ever knew the heavens menace so?» Shak.
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Menace

A threat; a declaration of an intention to cause evil to happen to another.When menaces to do an injury to another have been made, the party making them may, in general, be held to bail to keep the peace; and, when followed by any inconvenience or loss, the injured party has a civil action against the wrong doer.
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menace

express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture
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menace

menace 1. A possible danger; a threat. 2. The act of threatening. 3. A troublesome or annoying person: The little boy was a menace in a shop full of crystal.' 4. To utter threats against. 5. To constitute a threat to; to endanger.
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Menace

Menace is slang for an annoying person.
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Menace

Operational code name for Allied operations at Dakar - September 1940
Found on http://www.secondworldwar.co.uk/glossm.html
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