terrorization terrorization


  1. (n) the act of inspiring with fear
  2. (n) an act of terrorism


  1. The fundamental rule of German strategy, whether in war, politics, mass psychology or terrorization, is to break the opposition into weak frag ments.
  2. This terrorization of teachers in some New York City schools is no sudden war time phenomenon.
  3. To the bewilderment, corruption, terrorization of that target, crews of cold theorists and insulting riffraff have devoted themselves for years.


  • Exeter teen sentenced in carjacking; attempted murder case

    Pete Spray, 18, of Exeter was sentenced to 17 years in state prison for his role in the attempted murder and terrorization of a 24-year-old Exeter mother of one. Spray was 17 years old at the time of the crimes. On Aug. 20, Spray pleaded no contest...
    on October 28, 2013     Source: The Porterville Recorder


  1. Chambers says in his lawsuit that God has made terroristic threats against the senator and his constituents, inspired fear and caused "widespread death, destruction and terrorization of millions upon millions of the Earth's inhabitants."
    on Sep 17, 2007 By: Ernie Chambers Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. After the 1983 liberation of Grenada, Kirkpatrick told the Security Council that the UN Charter "does not require that people submit supinely to terror, nor that their neighbors be indifferent to their terrorization."
    on Mar 9, 2005 By: Jeane J Kirkpatrick Source: American Thinker

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