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Syn. ruthlessly, cruelly, callously, relentlessly, mercilessly, heartlessly, unfeelingly, harshly, grimly, viciously, meanly, inhumanly, inhumanely, brutishly, savagely, in a ruthless manner, in a cruel manner, in a heartless manner, hellishly, pitilessly, barbarously, remorselessly, unkindly, unrelentingly, wildly, inexorably, fiercely, atrociously, hard-heartedly, murderously, ferociously, diabolically, ferally, barbarically, demoniacally, in cold blood, animalistically.Ant. gently, kindly*, mercifully.
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Brutally — Bru tal*ly, adv. In a brutal manner; cruelly. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
brutally — [adv] cruelly, without remorse atrociously, barbarically, barbarously, brutishly, callously, demoniacally, diabolically, ferally, ferociously, fiercely, hardheartedly, heartlessly, in cold blood, inexorably, inhumanely, inhumanly, meanly,… … New thesaurus
brutally — adv. Brutally is used with these adjectives: ↑competitive, ↑efficient, ↑frank, ↑honest Brutally is used with these verbs: ↑assault, ↑attack, ↑beat, ↑illustrate, ↑kill, ↑maul, ↑ … Collocations dictionary
brutally — brutal ► ADJECTIVE 1) savagely violent. 2) without any attempt to disguise unpleasantness. DERIVATIVES brutality noun brutally adverb … English terms dictionary
brutally — adverb see brutal … New Collegiate Dictionary
brutally — See brutal. * * * … Universalium
brutally — adverb In a brutal manner; <!other wording … Wiktionary
brutally — short: brudally. Used to emphasize something. That maths test was brudally easy … Dictionary of american slang
brutally — adv. cruelly, savagely … English contemporary dictionary
brutally — bru·tal·ly … English syllables