brutalize[ broot-l-ahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF brutalize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRUTALIZE
It did not brutalize any who were not very ready for such a process.
It is impossible to brutalize the inhabitants of the Philippines!
Thank God that no attempt has ever been made to brutalize the troops of the Allies.
"Useful to brutalize a lot of brave souls who merely sought—" he broke off with a new sense of outrage.
Every effort was made to brutalize a man, and then he was blamed for not being a St. Bernard.
God forbid, thought I, that I should brutalize this innocent creature; let her go at her own pace, and let me patiently follow.
Nothing could be better calculated to lower and brutalize the character of a soldier than the offer of £25 for a human scalp.
The prison almost invariably tends to brutalize men and breeds bitterness and blank despair.
Such are the results of Popery, a delusion which, more than any other, has tended to debase and brutalize the human mind.
The effect of punishment in such a case is lost only so far as it may help to brutalize him.