brusquely


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Synonyms for brusquely

in a blunt direct manner

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At the sound of that name, falling unexpectedly into this annoying affair, the Assistant Commissioner dismissed brusquely the vague remembrance of his daily whist party at his club.
Putin responded brusquely when interviewer Megyn Kelly asked if he condoned the interference that was alleged in last month's U.
Mr Putin responded brusquely when interviewer Megyn Kelly asked if he condoned interference that was alleged in last month's US indictment by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Zahra also said that Hezbollah was brusquely acting against the opinion of the rest of the Lebanese, not to mention the ministerial statement, which the party had approved of before joining the government.
Therefore, Deng should have listened to Ye, who opposed the war, but he brusquely ignored him, making the old marshal lose face.
Strachan brusquely denied the Hampden clash with Lithuania on October 8 was a "must-win".
Before teaching the pet, Millan first brusquely knocks a lot of sense into its owner's 'enabling' head.
The problem with cherry-picking the New Testament is that anyone can play that game: in Matthew 15:21-28 we read of Jesus's contempt for a Gentile woman who implored his aid for an exorcism and was brusquely told that he would not waste his energy on a non-Jew.
Air-traffic controllers said that it brusquely plummeted several thousand metres and veered twice before disappearing.
But the offer was brusquely brushed aside by Mr Khan who warned that the billionaire businessman's outspoken views on Islam risked endangering people on both sides of the Atlantic.
Back at his London lab, Victor brusquely drains his new assistant's hump and rugby-tackles his spine straight, giving him the alias Igor, the name of an old roommate who has mysteriously gone missing.
the grumpy passenger snapped before brusquely brushing past the poor attendant.
The landlord turned around and said brusquely, "If you are not happy with your premises, you are free to quit the place and I am not forcing you to stay.
If you look at my statistics and resume you'll see that," he said brusquely when asked if his World Cup record was the only blot on his stunning CV.
A passing police patrol car stopped and an officer brusquely demanded why I was not "cracking to it".