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Synonyms for brutish

Synonyms for brutish

resembling a beast

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People will eventually get tired of listening' to the President if he continues to be 'reckless and brutish in his statements,' he added.
Filmed largely in the UK, it's bursting with patriotic fervour and Daniel Craig's brutish charisma.
Charlie's efforts to protect the innocent and resist injustice put him on a collision course with a wealthy land-grabber and his brutish henchmen, in this enthralling, high-stakes adventure
The four brutish bouncers portray over 20 different characters as we are invited for a night out on the town.
While such an brutish, violent individual may find it easy enough to live with the fact that the fire he set killed six of his children, it is quite wrong to blame the welfare state for his wretched and horrid behaviour.
We're depicted as drunks, fat, brutish and tight-fisted, yet we take it in good humour.
Although far from a sell-out, those who took trouble to visit the compact Slade Rooms still created an energetic atmosphere with a pretty brutish mosh-pit at its centre.
Resident Richard Higham said: 'The proposal is brutish in size and design.
Majority is set on a young middle-class man who rebels against his father's brutish authority and seeks a rough romance with a woman of an ethnic minority.
Cogunluk" tells the story of a middle class young man who rebels against his father's brutish authority and seeks a rough romance with a woman of ethnic minority.
Whether portraying brutish villains, sympathetic everymen, complex leaders or hapless heroes, Ernest Borgnine has brought a boundless energy which, at 93, is still a hallmark of his remarkably busy life and career," the BBC quoted Howard as saying.
Meanwhile, Zak is forced to come to terms with his recent brutish behaviour when Tariq makes an unexpected re-appearance.
Brutish Like his new England team-mate, and potential one-day opening partner, Jonathan Trott, he represented the country of his birth at the Under-19 World Cup before moving to England.
After Monday's guild rejection of a concession package, and The New York Times Company announcing a 23% salary cut would be implemented, Welch tweeted Wednesday: "So ironic to see NYT act so brutish toward labor.