Thesaurus / savage

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On this level, Mankiewicz’s film is a masterwork of subversion, a precursor to films that savaged the American love affair with normalcy—“The Graduate,” “Blue Velvet,” “American Beauty,” and “Fight Club” among them.
‘ALL ABOUT EVE’ AT 70TOM JOUDREYSEPTEMBER 25, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Stephanopoulos is a TV newsman, and Savage is a sex columnist.
Shades of Rousseau’s exaltation of the noble savage, within us and without.
One of them was half naked and savage, with the light of madness in his eyes.
THE FIFTH-DIMENSION TUBEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
We seek for the origin of the savage factor of myth in one aspect of the intellectual condition of savages.
In this manner did he indulge in the wild and uncouth glee of a savage as ferocious as he was powerful.
THE DEAD BOXERWILLIAM CARLETON
They were willing to accept a religion which did 219 not interfere with savage customs, which had become a part of their lives.
The frontier was closely guarded against the savage tribes who seemed to be occupying the waste lands of northern Europe.
THE STORY OF MANKINDHENDRIK VAN LOON
She looked so piteous through her tears that, savage as I felt, my heart reproached me for my harsh, cruel speech.
FLORA LYNDSAYSUSANNA MOODIE
Mary was a savage who knew nothing and was therefore humorous.
FURZE THE CRUELJOHN TREVENA

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