brutal (Meaning)

Wordnet

brutal (s)

(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering

punishingly harsh

resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility

disagreeably direct and precise

Webster

brutal (a.)

Of or pertaining to a brute; as, brutal nature.

Like a brute; savage; cruel; inhuman; brutish; unfeeling; merciless; gross; as, brutal manners.

brutal Sentence Examples

  1. The dictator's regime was notorious for its brutal methods of suppression.
  2. The victim of the assault suffered brutal injuries that left her hospitalized.
  3. The documentary depicted the brutal conditions endured by workers in sweatshops.
  4. The boxer delivered a series of brutal punches that quickly ended the match.
  5. War can bring about brutal consequences for civilians caught in the crossfire.
  6. The criminal was sentenced to life in prison for his brutal crimes.
  7. The novel described the brutal realities of life in a dystopian society.
  8. The winter storm unleashed a brutal onslaught of snow and wind.
  9. The hiker faced a brutal challenge as he navigated the treacherous mountain terrain.
  10. Despite his charming exterior, he had a reputation for being brutally honest in his critiques.

FAQs About the word brutal

(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering, punishingly harsh, resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility, disagreea

severe, hard, searing, oppressive, rough,harsh, tough, cruel, grim, unbearable

pleasant, pleasant,easy, easy, soft, luxurious, light, soft, luxurious, comfortable

The dictator's regime was notorious for its brutal methods of suppression.

The victim of the assault suffered brutal injuries that left her hospitalized.

The documentary depicted the brutal conditions endured by workers in sweatshops.

The boxer delivered a series of brutal punches that quickly ended the match.