Imbruted by atheism, he entered his cell with a merry song and a joke.
From the animal creation we mount by a short step to the imbruted Indian.
There he lay,—squalid and loathsome under the bright heaven,—an imbruted man.
The leader of sanguinary Albanians and imbruted Egyptians against wild Arab hordes is not likely to be of a delicate stomach.
The imbruted monster turned upon his heel without any reply.
It was usually considered that the "slaves" were a vast and almost hopeless mass of imbruted humanity.
By means of a few drops of powerful cordial, the doctor for a moment reanimated the imbruted carcass that lay before him.
How deep was the change, made upon the imbruted Asiatics, we may perhaps question.
Hence mankind are imbruted by excessive toil as well as by excessive sensuality and violence.