Terrorise vs. Terrorize - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Terrorise (verb)

    To inflict someone with terror; to terrify.

  • Terrorise (verb)

    To coerce (someone) by using threats or violence.

  • Terrorize (verb)

    To fill (someone) with terror; to terrify.

  • Terrorize (verb)

    To coerce (someone) by using threats or violence.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Terrorize (verb)

    create and maintain a state of extreme fear and distress in (someone); fill with terror

    "he used his private army to terrorize the population"

    "the union said staff would not be terrorized into ending their strike"

Webster Dictionary

  • Terrorize

    To impress with terror; to coerce by intimidation.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Terrorise (verb)

    coerce by violence or with threats

  • Terrorise (verb)

    fill with terror; frighten greatly

  • Terrorize (verb)

    coerce by violence or with threats

  • Terrorize (verb)

    fill with terror; frighten greatly

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