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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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The war in Iraq is brutalising GIs, and British troops cannot be immune from this degradation.
Brutalising youths into submission is not the correct avenue of redress for us, as a society to take.
Failure to solve it', he wrote, 'threatens the whole position of architecture as a refining rather than a brutalising influence on our environment.
President George Bush said yesterday that he had been 'disgraced' by scenes of American soldiers brutalising Iraqi prisoners.
Meanwhile, British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that the world cannot "stand aside" and allow violence to continue in Libya, and insisted that the global leaders should be prepared to stop Colonel Muammar Gaddafi if he "goes on brutalising his own people.
Posse enforcer Maxwell Bogel, who collected drug debts in the States by kidnapping and brutalising victims' children, hid from US cops in London.
McColgan served just nine years of a 238-year sentence for brutalising his kids.