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[bɹˈuːt], [bɹˈuːt], [b_ɹ_ˈuː_t]

Synonyms for Brute:

animal (noun)

amphibian, animal, beast, bird, canine, carnivore, creature, feline, fish, herbivore, insect, invertebrate, livestock, mammal, marsupial, reptile, rodent, ruminant, vermin, vertebrate, wildlife.

evildoer (noun)

bad guy, bully, criminal, crook, cutthroat, demon, desperado, evildoer, fiend, gunman, hoodlum, hooligan, law breaker, monster, ogre, ruffian, scoundrel, snake, terrorist, thief, thug, tough, tyrant, vampire, vandal, viper, vulture, wrongdoer.

Other synonyms and related words:

BEASTIE, Caliban, Cyclops, Draconian, Ferine, Hotspur, Hun, Minotaur, Nazi, Neanderthal, Rakehell, Samson, Wight, Xanthippe, Xantippe, abominable, about, absence of intellect, absolute, absolutely, absolutism, actually, adult, also, amply, animal kingdom, animalian, animalic, animalistic, animate being, anthropophagite, anthropophagous, antinomy, aphrodisia, arbitrariness, arbitrary power, arguementum baculinum, assumption, atrocious, autocracy, badly, barbarian, barbaric, barbarous, beanpole, bear, beastlike, beastly, beldam, berserk, berserker, bestial, blackguard, blind, bloodthirsty, bloody, bloody-minded, bludgeon man, bodily, body, bogey, bogeyman, bomber, browse, bruin, bruit, brutal, brutality, brutalized, brute creation, brute instinct, brute strength, brutelike, brutish, bugbear, bull, cad, caitiff, callous, cannibal, cannibalistic, carnal, carnal-minded, certainly, chuff, churlish, climax, club law, coarse, coercion, colossus, completely, conditioned response, considerably, consummately, contemptible, convulsion, cooperative learning, corpus, correctly, cougar, coup de main, created being, creeping thing, critter, crone, crooked, crooked stick, crosspatch, crude, cruel, cruel-hearted, dangerous classes, darter, decently, deeply, degenerate, demoniac, demoniacal, despicable, despot, despotism, destroyer, devilish, diabolic, diabolical, diametrically, dictatorship, directly, domestic animal, domestic animals, domesticated animal, domineering, dragon, dull, dumb, dumb animal, dumb creature, dumb friend, earnestly, earthy, elasticity, element, embryo, energy, entirely, exacerbation, exactly, exasperation, explicitly, expressly, extremely, fairly, fallen, fauna, fell, feral, ferocious, ferocity, fiendish, fiendlike, fierce, fire-eater, firebrand, fit, fleshly, flinty, force, frame, freak, frump, fully, fury, genuinely, ghoul, giant, goon, gorgon, gorilla, gravely, greatly, grim, grizzly, gross, gruff, gunsel, hag, hardnose, harpy, harsh, heartily, heartless, hell hound, hell-cat, hell-raiser, hellcat, hellhound, hellion, hellish, highly, holy terror, honestly, hood, hothead, hyena, hyle, hysterics, ignorant, imbecility, inanimate matter, incendiary, infernal, inhuman, inhumane, inorganic matter, inquisition, insensate, insensible, instinct, instinctive, instinctive reaction, instinctual, instrument, iron hand, iron heel, iron rule, iron sway, irrational, knave, lapsed, large animal, largely, larrikin, lifeless, literally, living, living being, living thing, lout, lummox, lynch law, lynx, machine, madcap, main, main force, malign, malignity, man-eater, manikin, martial law, masher, material, materialistic, matter, meanie, mere, merely, midget, mighty, mindless, mineral kingdom, mineral world, miscreant, mob law, monstrosity, most, mugger, murderous, muscleman, nasty, nihilist, nonrational, nonspiritual, not sensible, oaf, offspring, ogress, oppression, orgiastic, out-and-out, outlawry, outrage, pabulum, parenchyma, paroxysm, passion, peanut, perfectly, philistine, phonics, physical, physical force, pipsqueak, pitiless, plain, plug-ugly, positively, postlapsarian, power, practically, principle, profoundly, properly, psycho, pug-ugly, puppet, pure, purely, quadruped, quite, racer, rage, raise, rake, rapscallion, rascal, rather, really, regularly, reign of terror, revolutionary, richly, rogue, rote, rote memorization, rough, roughshod, round, rude, rugged, ruthless, sadist, sadistic, sanguinary, sanguineous, satanic, saucebox, savage, savage person, scamp, scapegrace, scavenger, scourge, semibarbarian, senseless, sensual, seriously, severely, severity, shark, sharkish, she-wolf, sheer, shock, shog, shorty, shrew, shrimp, significantly, simply, sincerely, skeleton, skirt chaser, slavering, soberly, somewhat, sordid, soundly, spasm, specially, spectre, spitfire, spring, state of excitability, stimulus-response loop, stolid, strain, strength, strong hand, stuff, subhuman, substance, substantially, substratum, surely, surly, swine, swinish, sword, tartar, tease, tension, termagant, terror, thanks for nothing, thoroughly, thoughtless, throe, throughout, tiger, tight grasp, tight hand, tigress, tone, tonicity, tool, totally, tough guy, toughie, troglodyte, troll, truculent, truly, tyranny, ugly, ugly customer, ultima ratio, unchristian, uncivilised, uncivilized, unconscious, unfeeling, ungraded classes, ungrateful fellow, unhuman, uniformly, unintelligent, unjustly, unlicked cub, unmannerly, unorganized matter, unreasoning, unrelenting, unspiritual, unthinking, usurpation, utter, utterly, varlet, varment, varmint, very, vicious, vigor, vile, villain, violence, violent, virago, virtually, vixen, vulgar, want of intellect, wholly, wild animal, wild beast, wild man, wild woman, wildcat, wildcat well, witch, wolf, wolfish, woman chaser, worm, wrecker, wretch, wretched, yahoo, yet, your animal, zoic, zooidal, zoologic, zoological, zoology, zoophyte.

Rhymes for Brute:

  1. scoot, fruit, loot, root, moot, route, hoot, boot, coot, cute, lute, suit, mute, newt, shoot, chute, jute, toot, brut, shute, flute;
  2. impute, pursuit, refute, astute, permute, minute, beirut, commute, recruit, salute, compute, dispute, pollute, acute, uproot, repute, dilute;
  3. subacute, disrepute;

Quotes for Brute:

  1. I look upon indolence as a sort of suicide; for the man is effectually destroyed, though the appetites of the brute may survive. Lord Chesterfield.
  2. The mere brute pleasure of reading- the sort of pleasure a cow must have in grazing. Lord Chesterfield.
  3. To play safe, I prefer to accept only one type of power: the power of art over trash, the triumph of magic over the brute Vladimir Nabokov.

Idioms of Brute:

  1. by brute strength;