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Spell check of brute

Correct spelling: brute

Synonyms:
vicious, wildcat well, cutthroat, vertebrate, amphibian, terrorist, thief, wrongdoer, criminal, viper, ferine, creature, ogre, subhuman, brutal, gunman, vampire, vulture, degenerate, wight, feral, beast, animalistic, tool, fiend, sadistic, fish, feline, heartless, inhuman, rodent, insect, barbaric, invertebrate, vermin, lout, marsupial, barbarous, zoology, hooligan, wanton, puppet, thug, carnivore, desperado, ruffian, snake, atrocious, hoodlum, monster, mammal, fiendish, woman chaser, barbarian, masher, crook, reptile, swinish, wildcat, tyrant, vandal, bird, animate being, livestock, fauna, tough, truculent, scoundrel, inhumane, ruminant, savage, canine, wolf, animal, beastly, evildoer, demon, brutish, bestial, bully, butcherly, skirt chaser.

Antonyms:
gallant, mineral, high, benevolent, peaceable, benignant, polished, angel, man, substance, mind, kind, kindly, pacific, elevated, warmhearted, lenient, warm, soul, chivalrous, greathearted, peaceful, genteel, tenderhearted, vegetable, noble, cultured, great, high-minded, compassionate, sublime, softhearted, magnanimous, beneficent, spirit, angelic, kindhearted, sympathetic, lordly, matter, merciful, cultivated, well-bred, benign, pitying, lofty, tender, charitable, clement, spiritual, humane, refined, good-hearted.

Examples of usage:

1) He can no more love than a brute beast of the field. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) He fell on his knees at her side-" Clare- darling- I'm a beast, a brute-" She suddenly turned her face into the cushions and burst into passionate crying. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

3) What a brute I've been! - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

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