Definition of Brutely

1. adv. In a rude or violent manner.



Definition of Brutely

1. Adverb. (archaic) In a rude or violent manner. ¹

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Definition of Brutely

1. in a brutal manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brutely

brutalizations
brutalize
brutalized
brutalizes
brutalizing
brutally
brute
brute(a)
brute-fact
brute-force
brute fact
brute facts
brute force
bruted
brutelike
brutely (current term)
bruteness
bruter
bruters
brutes
brutified
brutifies
brutify
brutifying
bruting
brutings
brutish
brutishly
brutishness
brutishnesses

Literary usage of Brutely

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1. Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1904)
"Property will brutely draw Still to the proprietor; Silver to silver creep and wind, And kind to kind. They are, in brief, the logical working out of that ..."

2. Development and Evolution: Including Psychophysical Evolution, Evolution by by James Mark Baldwin (1902)
"It would seem to be only the fixed, the strictly organic functions, which minister to his progress by immediate contacts with the brutely concrete and ..."

3. The American Metropolis: From Knickerbocker Days to the Present Time; New by Frank Moss (1897)
"It was during the course of this term of servitude that I was so brutely and inhumanly treated by the authorities in charge of Clinton Prison. ..."

4. School Sanitation and Decoration: A Practical Study of Health and Beauty in by Severance Burrage, Henry Turner Bailey (1899)
"By right or wrong Lands and goods go to the strong— Property will brutely draw Still to the proprietor; Silver to silver creep and wind, ..."

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