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Synonyms for brusque

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Synonyms for brusque

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Synonyms for brusque

marked by rude or peremptory shortness

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Brusquerie si nette qu'aucun discours ne vient elargir, denouer, diluer l'impact en situant par exemple la scene dans un contexte referentiel precis et plus bavard.
Puis, au bout d'un moment, il me dit avec une brusquerie douce: je vous quitte demain.
Nor would we have them cease in any other manner: a Sibelius without brusquerie would not be Sibelius at all.
Les tentatives des infirmieres de stigmatiser la sexualite des jeunes, leurs reprimandes, leur brusquerie et leur refus de tenir compte des experiences des adolescentes comme utilisatrices de contraceptifs contrariait l'utilisation efficace de la contraception chez les adolescentes.
Ce type de jeu donne le vertige ou des sensations plus ou moins fortes; il << aneantit la realite avec une souveraine brusquerie >> (1967 : 68).
For Godard, film can restructure our understanding of experience and time; in this case by manipulating our sense of chronology and linearity, so that the effect may (almost) become the cause, so that continuity may in reality be a long discontinuity, marked by what he terms "brusquerie." (10) All this is conveyed by way of architecture: Godard makes a firm connection between the abstract nature of the deployed horizontal and vertical axes, and our analogous sense of experience.