Part of speech:
Extremely aggressive or violent:
(Slang) Extraordinary; remarkable
The definition of savage is something wild, untamed or primitive.
Having a high concentration of an essential or active ingredient.
The definition of feral is something or someone in a wild state or resembling a wild animal.
(Zool.) Having a poison gland or glands and able to inflict a poisonous wound by biting or stinging
Characterized by extreme emotion, especially anger:
Difficult to endure; severe; harsh:
Suited to one of good breeding; refined and polite:
Extreme in degree, strength, or size:
Not controlled or held in check; immoderate:
Full of fury or wild rage; violently angry
Having a menacing aspect; threatening:
Crude, simple, rough, uncivilized, etc.
Far from civilization
Of or like a brute; savage, gross, stupid, sensual, irrational, etc.
Relating to the physical as distinct from the rational or spiritual nature of people:
(Informal) Exciting great admiration or praise; notable
Prominent and clear; striking and sharp
The definition of brutal is extreme violence, extreme unpleasantness with no attempt to disguise it, or extreme and punishing discomfort.
Deliberately seeking to inflict pain and suffering; enjoying others' suffering; without mercy or pity
Capable or guilty of, or intending, murder
Disposed or eager to fight or engage in hostile opposition; belligerent.
The definition of aggressive is someone who is prone to being competitive and makes strong attempts to win.
Having the character or appearance of a monster
Difficult to endure or live through, especially because of harsh or inclement weather:
Unrelenting or uncompromising:
Disposed to violent or destructive behavior:
Causing danger; ready to do harm or injury.
Temporarily or apparently deranged by violent sensations, emotions, or ideas:
Insane is defined as very foolish or senseless behavior.
Without regard to danger or safety; reckless; furious.
Wild with anger, pain, worry, etc.; frenzied
Resulting from, characterized by, or expressing wrath
Extremely hostile or malicious:
Possessed with or motivated by excessive, irrational zeal.
Marked by the use or occurrence of barbarisms in spoken or written language.
(Informal) Not affected by sentiment, pity, etc.; tough; callous
Noisy and lively; loud and exuberant
The definition of vehement is having intense feeling or force behind your words or actions.
Causing great discomfort, damage, or distress:
Very loud; noisy:
Said especially of actions and the weather
Engaged in the process of blustering.
Like a torrent, as in violence or copiousness
Said especially of actions and the weather
(Informal) Excessive; extreme:
Feeling fear; afraid
Scowling; frowning darkly
Designed or tending to disprove or discredit:
Of, resembling, or worthy of hell; fiendish.
Immersed, submerged (in).
Reacting readily to stimuli or impressions; sensitive:
Characterized by peace; free from disturbance or disorder; calm; quiet; tranquil
Not extreme in any way; moderate; temperate
The definition of moderate is something that is average, mild or within reasonable limits.
(Of water) with little waves on the surface.
(Genetics) Of or relating to the portion of the strand of double-stranded DNA that serves as a template for and is transcribed into RNA.
The definition of barbaric is something that is primitive or uncivilized.
Charged with emotion; spirited:
Not moderate; without restraint; unreasonable, excessive, etc.
Not having the qualities considered normal to or for human beings; unfeeling, heartless, cruel, barbarous, etc.
Resembling or suggestive of a lion, as in being powerful or dignified.
So strong as to be overwhelming:
The definition of pugnacious is eager to fight or disagree.
The definition of ruthless is someone without compassion or who doesn't show mercy.
The state or quality of being ferocious
(Naut.) Tending to lean to one side too easily when under sail
Showing patience and humility; gentle.
Suggestive of or resembling a wolf.
(Of food) High in fat or protein; difficult to digest.
Having a pitch corresponding to a relatively large number of sound-wave cycles per second:
So intense as to cause extreme suffering
Of great significance; momentous:
Inclined to react violently at the slightest provocation.
Of or characteristic of an enemy; warlike
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