brute[ broot ]SEE DEFINITION OF brute
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRUTE
The very drunk have the intuition sometimes of savages or brute beasts.
I believe every man's a brute when the woman he loves defies him.
That brute of a Bouquet came spying about my castle, and I did but defend myself.
From brute beasts you have restored us to the condition of men again.
But hunting does not make one wholly a brute, crying, 'Kill, kill!'
Stubborn as the brute was, I thought I should in time break him in.
If the brute had one, he can look after it himself; and I was gathering the violets—for you.
On that, the brute inquired with honeyed accents where they were staying.
My husband was a brute, and I'm thankful to say he didn't live long.
The latter relied on miracles, the former appealed to brute force.