bare-knuckled


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  • adj

Synonyms for bare-knuckled

characterized by disorderly action and disregard for rules

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Richardson Dilworth: Last of the Bare-Knuckled Aristocrats is a biography of Richardson Dilworth (1898-1974), a politician dedicated to reforming corruption.
Bare-knuckled New York politics did not begin with Al D'Amato and Chuck Schumer--in 1802 Clinton's enemies accused him of membership in the "Columbian Illuminati," apparently a homegrown subsidiary of the more familiar Bavarian kind.
But no proof was offered as Republicans left their conference, facing the uncertainties of a debate that already promised to be bare-knuckled in its partisanship.
Toxic Sludge exposes the bare-knuckled, invisible hand guiding and shaping public opinions.
Hard Case Crime presents good, clean, bare-knuckled storytelling, and even though THE COLORADO KID is probably more bleu than outright noir, I think it has some of those old-fashioned kick-ass story-telling virtues.
Richardson Dilworth: Last of the Bare-Knuckled Aristocrats is the biography of military veteran and politician Richardson Dilworth (1898-1974).
It's as if A Noise Within had taken off the kid gloves and gotten down to the bare-knuckled family politics.
With his blunt rationalizations and bare-knuckled intelligence, Gallo's Capone could have stepped out of a David Mamet play.