Don't think you can blackmail me.
She blackmailed him for years by threatening to tell the newspapers about their affair.
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I don't believe the policy of power politics can blackmail us into submission.
They tried to blackmail me into giving them the money.
The President said he wouldn't be blackmailed into agreeing to the terrorists' demands.
The foreign minister declared in a statement to the press that he would never submit to blackmail.