bru´tal|ist


bru´tal|ist
bru|tal|ism «BROO tuh lihz uhm», noun.
a style of architecture using plain, massive, structural components, usually of concrete.
bru´tal|ist, noun, adjective.

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  • bru|tal|ism — «BROO tuh lihz uhm», noun. a style of architecture using plain, massive, structural components, usually of concrete. –bru´tal|ist, noun, adjective …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru´tal|i|za´tion — bru|tal|ize «BROO tuh lyz», verb, ized, iz|ing. –v.t. 1. to make brutal: »War brutalizes many men. 2. to treat in a brutal or cruel manner. –v.i. to become brutal. –bru´tal|i|za´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru|tal|ize — «BROO tuh lyz», verb, ized, iz|ing. –v.t. 1. to make brutal: »War brutalizes many men. 2. to treat in a brutal or cruel manner. –v.i. to become brutal. –bru´tal|i|za´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru´tal|ly — bru|tal «BROO tuhl», adjective. 1. like a brute; savagely cruel: »a brutal remark, a brutal attack. The Vikings were brutal in battle. SYNONYM(S): inhuman, bestial. See syn. under cruel. (Cf. ↑cruel) 2. rude and coarse; unrefined. 3. sensual …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru|tal — «BROO tuhl», adjective. 1. like a brute; savagely cruel: »a brutal remark, a brutal attack. The Vikings were brutal in battle. SYNONYM(S): inhuman, bestial. See syn. under cruel. (Cf. ↑cruel) 2. rude and coarse; unrefined. 3. sensual …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru|tal|i|tar|i|an|ism — «broo TAL uh TAIR ee uh NIHZ uhm», noun. the actions and ideas of brutalitarians …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru|tal|i|tar|i|an — «broo TAL uh TAIR ee uhn», noun. a person who practices or advocates brutality …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru|tal|i|ty — «broo TAL uh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. brutal conduct; cruelty; savageness: »The brutality of the punishment shocked the onlookers. 2. a brutal act: »The punishment was a brutality greater than the crime. 3. coarse behavior; …   Useful english dictionary

  • bru·tal·i·ty — /bruˈtæləti/ noun, pl ties : cruel, harsh, and usually violent treatment of another person [noncount] police brutality the brutality of slavery [count] the brutalities o …   Useful english dictionary

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