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Causing or characterized by severe pain, suffering, or distress:
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  1. Causing or characterized by severe pain, suffering, or distress:
  2. Deliberately seeking to inflict pain and suffering; enjoying others' suffering; without mercy or pity
  3. Disposed to inflict pain or suffering:
Lacking kindness, pity, or compassion; cruel or indifferent:
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  1. Lacking kindness, pity, or compassion; cruel or indifferent:
  2. Not having the qualities considered normal to or for human beings; unfeeling, heartless, cruel, barbarous, etc.
  3. Of or pertaining to inhumanity and the indifferently cruel, sadistic or barbaric behavior it brings.
Plain and direct, although distressing in effect
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  1. Plain and direct, although distressing in effect
  2. Extremely ruthless or cruel.
  3. Disagreeably precise or penetrating:
Hostile and violent, especially by nature or temperament; ferocious:
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  1. Hostile and violent, especially by nature or temperament; ferocious:
  2. Intense in activity or feeling; vigorous or ardent:
  3. Extremely powerful or destructive:
Marked by crudeness or lack of sophistication:
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  1. Marked by crudeness or lack of sophistication:
  2. Of, like, or characteristic of barbarians; uncivilized; primitive
  3. Brutal or cruel:
Rough, violent, or harsh
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  1. Rough, violent, or harsh
  2. Ill-mannered, discourteous, or insulting:
  3. Barbarous or ignorant
  1. Not sophisticated; lacking sophistication.
  2. Not complex, refined, developed, etc.
  3. Artless, simple, ingenuous, etc.
Uncivilized; crude
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  1. Uncivilized; crude
  2. Of or like a barbarian
  3. Cruel; barbarous
Of, like, or characteristic of barbarians; uncivilized; primitive
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  1. Of, like, or characteristic of barbarians; uncivilized; primitive
  2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of barbarians.
  3. Wild, crude, and unrestrained
Regarded as having changed little in evolutionary history. Not in scientific use:
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  1. Regarded as having changed little in evolutionary history. Not in scientific use:
  2. Not resulting from conscious thought or deliberation; unconscious or instinctual:
  3. Being a protolanguage:
Lacking refinement, culture, or elegance; uncouth, boorish, coarse, vulgar, etc.
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  1. Lacking refinement, culture, or elegance; uncouth, boorish, coarse, vulgar, etc.
  2. Barbarous or ignorant
  3. Undeveloped or uncivilized; primitive:
Vicious or merciless; brutal:
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  1. Vicious or merciless; brutal:
  2. Not domesticated or cultivated; wild:
  3. Wild, uncultivated, rugged, etc.
Not civilized; barbarous; unenlightened
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  1. Not civilized; barbarous; unenlightened
  2. Used to describe people who display a marked lack of manners as defined by a given culture.
  3. Crude, barbarous, wild, uncultured.
Inadequately educated; lacking art or knowledge; unrefined; uncultured; uncivilized.
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  1. Inadequately educated; lacking art or knowledge; unrefined; uncultured; uncivilized.
  2. Not cultivated by standard agricultural methods:
  3. Not cultivated by agricultural methods; not prepared for cultivation.
Not cultured or cultivated:
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  1. Not cultured or cultivated:
  2. Not cultured or civilized; lacking in delicacy or refinement.
Based on little or no evidence or probability; unfounded:
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  1. Based on little or no evidence or probability; unfounded:
  2. Occurring, growing, or living in a natural state; not domesticated, cultivated, or tamed:
  3. Characterized by a lack of moral restraint; dissolute or licentious:
(Archaic) Uncivilized.
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  1. (Archaic) Uncivilized.
  2. Discourteous; rude:
  3. Not civilized; savage; barbarous; uncivilized.
Like a beast in qualities or behavior; brutish or savage; brutal, coarse, vile, etc.
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  1. Like a beast in qualities or behavior; brutish or savage; brutal, coarse, vile, etc.
  2. Of beasts or lower animals
  3. Marked by brutality or depravity; brutal or depraved:
Causing, or of a kind to cause, pain, distress, etc.
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  1. Causing, or of a kind to cause, pain, distress, etc.
  2. Deliberately seeking to inflict pain and suffering; enjoying others' suffering; without mercy or pity
  3. Disposed to inflict pain or suffering:
Fierce; terrible; cruel
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  1. Fierce; terrible; cruel
  2. Dire; sinister:
  3. Capable of destroying; lethal:
Having returned to a wild condition
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  1. Having returned to a wild condition
  2. Having returned to an untamed state from domestication:
  3. Savage; fierce
Extremely powerful or destructive:
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  1. Extremely powerful or destructive:
  2. Extremely aggressive or violent:
  3. Fierce; savage; violently cruel
Hostile and violent, especially by nature or temperament; ferocious:
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  1. Hostile and violent, especially by nature or temperament; ferocious:
  2. Intense in activity or feeling; vigorous or ardent:
  3. Extremely powerful or destructive:
Lacking kindness, pity, or compassion; cruel or indifferent:
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  1. Lacking kindness, pity, or compassion; cruel or indifferent:
  2. Not of ordinary human nature, form, or character:
  3. Of or pertaining to inhumanity and the indifferently cruel, sadistic or barbaric behavior it brings.
Fierce; ferocious; untamed
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  1. Fierce; ferocious; untamed
  2. Without civilization; primitive; barbarous
  3. Cruel; pitiless
Disposed to violence; ferocious or cruel.
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  1. Disposed to violence; ferocious or cruel.
  2. Disposed or eager to fight or engage in hostile opposition; belligerent.
  3. Fierce; cruel; savage; ferocious
Disposed to violent or destructive behavior:
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  1. Disposed to violent or destructive behavior:
  2. Severe, powerful, or intense; fierce:
  3. Extremely violent or injurious; cruel:
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  1. Akin to the characteristics or habits of a wolf; lupine.
  2. Fierce or rapacious.
  3. Fierce; savage; menacing.
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