Thesaurus / brutishness

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I shuddered as I looked upon it, for there was something terribly human-like about it, despite the brutishness of its aspect.

The Gorilla HuntersR.M. Ballantyne

God is thy very element: thou diest and sinkest down to brutishness, if thou forsake him or be taken from him.

Yes,—thank you for the word,—all my brutishness, but he can scarcely read or write.

The Sea-WolfJack London

They had been scandalized by the rudeness, the baseness, and the brutishness, of rabble supremacy.

Bud bit his lip and went on, his face aflame with rage at the brutishness of a girl he had half respected.

Cow-CountryB. M. Bower

Before man yields possession of the earth to the brutes, he will himself revert to brutishness.

EvolutionFrank B. Jevons

Emmeline, I think, was quite right to cut you, after your brutishness.

Romantic SpainJohn Augustus O'Shea

A sort of brutishness has been engrafted on this pauperism, and until it is eliminated no improvement can be seriously attempted.

"You needn't fear any brutishness on my part, not just now," he said, still in that low voice.

Shadows of FlamesAmelie Rives

A disagreeable account is given of the brutishness of the people employed in the salt works at Tynemouth.

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