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brute force

noun as in police state

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They knew that as much as they tried to make up for it with brute force, their cultural power was nil.

Police ignored this advice and instead used brute force to remove Saylor.

And on Game of Thrones, it's never wise to bet on good intentions over brute force.

To the Americans, however, the invasion was “not to ratify a victory already won; it was to seize that victory by brute force.”

Shafik has vowed that he will use “executions and brute force” to suppress protestors if elected president in the June 16 runoff.

He has become by brute force of circumstances a sort of collectivist, puzzled only as to how much of a collectivist to be.

Sometimes a dozen of them would clamp their peavies on either side, and by sheer brute force carry the stick to deep water.

And yet that cow ripped through that fence by brute force and didn't get a scratch that was visible to the naked eye.

His whole soul was possessed by the passion to protest on to the end against the triumph of brute force.

It was inevitable that Carver should undervalue moral suasion; a military man, he recognized only the arbitrament of brute force.


On this page you'll find 310 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brute force, such as: despotism, rule of terror, totalitarian government, totalitarianism, and totalitarian regime.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.