- This, of course, completely ignores both the fact that a brutal violent dictatorship has been overthrown, and that a significant regional threat to stability has been removed.
- She was then murdered in a brutal and savage attack.
- The tragedy of the savage, brutal murders perpetrated on two young mothers a few years ago still lingers.
- The Doc has walked the streets of the Second City during brutal winter days and has felt the wind whipping like barbed wire across his face.
- Australia at the tail-end of the 19th century was a hard and brutal place.
- The Wind brutal and pure, is there for its own reasons, and human life, any life, counts for close to nought.
- Some weblogs, with their lacerating, brutal honesty, transport you to the extremities of human experience.
- But such brutal accountability is hard to find in the public sphere.
- His answer was brutal, harsher than he had ever meant.
Late 15th century (in the sense 'relating to the lower animals'): from Old French, or from medieval Latin brutalis, from brutus 'dull, stupid' (see brute).
Words that rhyme with brutalfootle, pootle, refutal, rootle, tootle
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