brutishness

[ broo-tish ]SEE DEFINITION OF brutishness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRUTISHNESS

They drive men to crime—to heroism as well as to brutishness.

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

He forms the missing link in the evolution of the mind from brutishness to humanity.

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

But Athaliah seems to have sunk into the brutishness of those who own "no God."

Even Will Halley, whose sense of danger was superior to the brutishness of intoxication, was startled by these warning signs.

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

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

This day another instance happend of the brutishness of some of the people here.

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

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