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To bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way

Though the teacher browbeat all the children, they still acted out during the lesson.

to overwhelm, or attempt to do so, by stern, haughty, or rude address or manner
{v} to bear down, humble, depress
To depress or bear down with haughty, stern looks, or with arrogant speech and dogmatic assertions; to abash or disconcert by impudent or abusive words or looks; to bully; as, to browbeat witnesses
The form browbeat is used in the present tense and is also the past tense. If someone tries to browbeat you, they try to force you to do what they want. attempts to deceive, con, or browbeat the voters When I backed out of the 100 metres, an older kid tried to browbeat me into it. + browbeaten brow·beat·en the browbeaten employees. to try to make someone do something, especially in a threatening way browbeat sb into doing sth
discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate
be bossy towards; "Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"
{f} intimidate, bully, frighten with strong words and looks
Past participle of browbeat
intimidated or subjugated
frightened into submission or compliance
present participle of browbeat
The act of bearing down, abashing, or disconcerting, with stern looks, supercilious manners, or confident assertions
third-person singular of browbeat