brutal

All Adjective Noun
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  • This marked the beginning of a very brutal press campaign until the trial.
  • Despite their brutal first meeting, the two have since formed a close bond.
  • Although elected as president, he faced the task of fighting a brutal enemy.
  • He has described the first nine years of his career as "really, really brutal."
  • The police reaction was brutal and that day at least twenty-five people were killed.
  • There has also been concern about brutal training methods for the police.
  • It is the more brutal of two main types of labor systems.
  • Many who did not support the expedition found the Spanish treatment of military prisoners brutal.
  • I found that movie very funny and brutal and it felt very real.
  • In his book, he also described methods of brutal treatment of prisoners in the institutions.
  • New material started to outline a more brutal and heavy approach in the songs.
  • Brutal heat-waves in summer often claim lives of humans and animals in this region.
  • Once again the fighting was brutal, but no progress was made and casualties heavy.
  • But brutal German rule in the occupied territories eventually turned its supporters against them.
  • Coots can be very brutal to their own young under pressure such as the lack of food.
  • Yet another account recalls the brutal attack of his men onto him.
  • Public life was brutal and students killing each other in the street was not uncommon.
  • Both sides quickly came to realize the war would be longer and more brutal than they had imagined.
  • Brutal conflicts between ethnic groups have existed throughout history and across the world.
  • Faced with opposition from the general public the regime took brutal measures against any form of resistance.
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