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Synonyms for brutalize

Synonyms for brutalize

Synonyms for brutalize

treat brutally


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make brutal, unfeeling, or inhuman

become brutal or insensitive and unfeeling

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Mr Hurst said: "The Crown say whatever happened beforehand, when it came down to the main episode any consent had gone and he brutalised and raped her.
If the disgusting Garfield and Shovell King were facing serious jail time for the crimes of their brutalised dog, then they would soon discover that they do give a toss after all.
It would give vastly increased rail freight capacity, while terrain has already been brutalised by motorways.
There are only fierce dogs that have been bred for violence, and then brutalised by morons who should not be allowed to own a stuffed toy, let alone a dog.
Four out of the five raped, brutalised and murdered her, and it was this fifth man's testimony that led to prison sentences back home.
He has allegedly admitted to personally torturing and killing prisoners at Tuol Sleng, the Khmer Rouge's main detention facility where more than 14,000 men, women and children were brutalised and later exterminated.
He then dragged her to his fourth-floor flat and brutalised her for 10 hours on August 24 last year.
She is preparing a new movie called Enough, where she will play a brutalised wife who turns the table on her thuggish husband by taking up martial arts.
The vast majority do not want to be here and are often brutalised - mentally and physically - by evil masters.
That sounded beautifully similar to the time in 1973 when King (right) arrived at a fight with champion Joe Frazier and left in the limousine of the man who had just brutalised him, George Foreman.
But he served just eight years of a 16-year sentence and was put back into the community he so horribly brutalised.
The thugs committing these horrendous crimes are brutalised enough - this would harden them even more.
The court heard he had suffered a childhood of "Dickensian horror" during which he was brutalised by his father and stepmother.
He was a bodybuilder who dealt in drugs, was married twice and brutalised women.
Susan McDonald, 36, had had depression since being brutalised by crack addict Milton Brown.