Thesaurus / savageness

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Aggie became flippant, seemingly unimpressed by the Inspector's savageness.

Within the LawMarvin Dana

I inquired, for I am obliged to keep my savageness in check by a low diet.

Excursions and PoemsHenry David Thoreau

And what more thoroughly representative of cruelty, savageness, and treachery than a wolf, or even something partly lupine!

WerwolvesElliott O'Donnell

Maximian, a Pannonian peasant, betrayed the savageness of his nature by his bloodthirsty cruelty.

The Catacombs of RomeWilliam Henry Withrow

The storm beat upon the string of men with a savageness that appalled Hunt, who had never experienced nature in so bitter a mood.

The Heart of Canyon PassThomas K. Holmes

He would have seen Severne treated with a hauteur and a sort of savageness he himself was safe from, safe in her unshaken esteem.

The Woman-HaterCharles Reade

Yet his art has its dwelling-place in the early Romanesque savageness and strangeness.

In August things were slightly better; but with the return to labour came a renewal of Yule's sullenness and savageness.

New Grub StreetGeorge Gissing

I shot my last arrow, but it glanced off the skull of the creature, which now came towards me, looking the picture of savageness.

Afar in the ForestW.H.G. Kingston

The Tartar, wandering or fixed, always ignorant and ferocious, lives in the savageness of his ancestors.

The RuinsC. F. [Constantin Francois de] Volney

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