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treat brutally

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make brutal, unfeeling, or inhuman

become brutal or insensitive and unfeeling

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17 ( ANI ): The Gujarat Police on Tuesday identified the minor girl, whose body was found brutalised and raped in Surat.
brIn a recent case, a two-year-old was reportedly brutalised by his step-father, leaving him with a broken leg, swollen eye and numerous soft-tissue injuries.
The University of Virginia student was "brutalised and terrorised" by the North Korean regime, his father Fred Warmbier said at the news conference two days after his son was returned.
ISIS has brutalised children as young as five into becoming executioners, a documentary has revealed.
Summary: The woman was even sexually assaulted and brutalised with a stick by the crowd
may been The Polish couple, both drug users, brutalised and starved Daniel for six months at their home in Coventry in 2011 and 2012.
Palestinians were being brutalised by Israel with little or no reaction by the Arab league.
Bahrain and Syria brutalised the people and so far the current leaders remain.
An army official said many of the victims - including five women - were brutalised "beyond recognition".
Barker and Owen brutalised their own 83-year-old grandmother, tor-tureanimals, yet were left alone to brutalise this vulnerable baby.
Presiding judge Commissioner Julian Clyde-Smith said Aubin became a "disturbed and brutalised 14-year-old" while in the care of the state..
A man transformed from charmer to monster as he brutalised a woman he met at a Teesside nightspot, a jury was told.
In July Mr Wolfendale shocked North Wales police authority with details of how the victim was "surrounded and brutalised by a gang of youngsters."
Sometimes females are shot but joeys are not brutalised as he suggested.
Daltrey said: "With Pete, I have watched a friend being brutalised."