brute

All Noun Adjective
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  • Generally the things that will kill any brute will also kill a man. Cited from Fred Fearnot's New Ranch, by Hal Standish
  • In some case a brute force approach can be used, as mentioned above.
  • Not much chance for a man if one of those brutes took hold of him. Cited from Old Gold, by George Manville Fenn
  • I felt that I must make every effort to drive the brutes away. Cited from Snow Shoes and Canoes, by William H. G. Kingston
  • Is it possible that man and such brutes came from the same parents? Cited from Evolution Of Man Scientifically Disproved,Williams
  • No idea before how far the thing had gone, or what brutes the police could be. Cited from Mrs. Warren's Daughter, by Sir Harry Johnston
  • It's nearly impossible to find out a private key using a brute-force attack.
  • You could get into the game once by a brute's strength. Cited from A Master's Degree, by Margaret Hill McCarter
  • I will send one of those brutes of whom I have just been speaking. Cited from The Grip of Desire, by Hector France
  • Then, too, they had in their power the brute who had planned that death. Cited from Army Boys on the Firing Line, by Homer Randall
  • It was always the man who had in him a good deal of the brute. Cited from We Three, by Gouverneur Morris
  • Most of the time he uses only brute force to win.
  • "If we could only get a clear shot at that brute's head!" Cited from The Revolt on Venus, by Carey Rockwell
  • I say, what sort o' brute was that, that had hold of him? Cited from Fighting the Whales, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • If they have not, they are no better in that regard than brutes. Cited from The Ape, the Idiot & Other People, by W. C. Morrow
  • One particular attack is always possible against keys, the brute force key space search attack.
  • This is the best way to protect against the brute-force attack.
  • Where are those brutes, your enemies, said I, do you know where they are gone? Cited from The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1808 Edn.), by Daniel Defoe
  • Look at the brutes, they're only a quarter of a mile away! Cited from Chatterbox, 1905, by Various
  • These brutes can reach all over the place; they can kick at you any way. Cited from The Dash for Khartoum, by George Alfred Henty
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