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Synonyms for brutishly

in an inhumane manner

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It can't be easy to find the right roles for Yolande Moreau, whose brutishly unladylike features often appear in sharp contrast with the soft-spoken dignity of her characters.
Identifying the husband with Meredith himself, whose own wife Mary had left him for the painter Henry Wallis, we might be tempted to see Modern Love and Meredith with it as brutishly misogynistic and brutally Darwinian in equal measure.
Huddled around the period bar salvaged from one of the most notorious Berlin lesbian and gay clubs of the 1920s (which had been brutishly dismantled in 1963), discussants felt buoyed by the spirit of Hirschfeld, who had once sought refuge there.
Babamukuru drives his daughter Nyasha to her death as steadily and brutishly as Ngugi' s Joshua drives his tradition-loving daughter, Muthoni, to her death in exile in The River Between.
Ever since Homo sapiens invented agriculture, we've sported super-prolific birth rates, counterbalanced by brutishly short life expectancies averaging a mere 10 years.
32) Her German abilities are often undervalued, as Baumberger further points out: "Even though the author won the Chamisso Prize in 1994, today she is still sometimes presented as the writing guest worker, who bumblingly, brutishly, incorrectly polishes not only foreign floors, but also foreign words.
Whereas the king had brutishly usurped power, Washington declined it in
In fact, prior to Allende's ascension, some sections of the Western media had already started the disinformation campaign, painting Allende as a maniac who would brutishly rob people of their private property in the name of nationalisation.
Reinhardt begins by tracing the history of the resistance that this figure embodies and then turns to showing how maroons were mythicized through their depictions in eighteenth-century writings as either brutishly violent (Saint-Lambert, Mercier, Raynal, Prevost) or as amenable to "civilization" (Mailhol, Gouges, Pigault-Lebrun).
The reference was to a sermon that the aforementioned John Henry Newman had published some years previously, in which Newman had argued that the brutishly physical part of humanity were so little capable of understanding the humility, innocence, and forbearance of the Church that they took them for hypocrisy and deception.
A vein of gold runs through Chelsea right enough ( John Terry has blossomed into a true leader and inspirational defender, from midfield Frank Lampard plunders goals like a striker, Claude Makelele marks with the closeness of a second skin, Didier Drogba is brutishly strong and scores goals despite his detractors, and Joe Cole is no longer just a showpony but a determined young man of real touch and vision.
Jimmy Ormond, bowling brutishly quickly, unsettled all the batsmen with his hostility while, for a time, Harbhajan Singh appeared practically unplayable.
Beat- and sample-driven songs like "Blood on the Dance Floor" (1997) and "Unbreakable" (2001) sound contemporary but not desperately trendy, and his brutishly staccato singing works well in these more densely rhythmic settings.
Looked at this way, the logic of power is brutishly simple--as is the kind of leadership that follows from it.
It's just brutishly disciplined with the three most consistent defenders in the country - Terry, Carvalho and Paulo Ferreira - plus William Gallas doing a remarkably astute impression of a left-back.