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Meanings of Brutalism:

noun

Cruelty and savageness.

Usage examples:

Exchanging one kind of social and economic brutalism for another is not what they had in mind

Brutalist

ˈbruː.təl.ɪst

Meanings of Brutalist:

adjective

Relating to a style of building in which buildings are large and heavy-looking and often made of concrete

Usage examples:

Brutalist architecture, the city hall is a brutalist lump of concrete from the 1960s.

Brutalities

bruːˈtæl.ə.ti

Meanings of Brutalities:

noun

Savage physical violence; great cruelty.

Usage examples:

Brutality against civilians

Meanings of Brutality:

noun

Savage physical violence; great cruelty.

Usage examples:

Brutality against civilians

Brutalize

ˈbruː.təl.aɪz

Meanings of Brutalize:

verb

Make (someone) cruel, violent, or insensitive to the pain of others by repeated exposure to violence.

Usage examples:

He had been brutalized in prison and become cynical

Brutalized

ˈbruːt(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Brutalized:

verb

Make (someone) cruel, violent, or insensitive to the pain of others by repeated exposure to violence.

Usage examples:

He had been brutalized in prison and become cynical

Meanings of Brutalizes:

verb

Make (someone) cruel, violent, or insensitive to the pain of others by repeated exposure to violence.

Usage examples:

He had been brutalized in prison and become cynical

Brutalizing

ˈbruːt(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Brutalizing:

adjective

Inducing cruelty, violence, or insensitivity to the pain of others by repeated exposure to violence.

Usage examples:

The brutalizing effects of warfare
verb

Make (someone) cruel, violent, or insensitive to the pain of others by repeated exposure to violence.

Usage examples:

He had been brutalized in prison and become cynical

Brutally

ˈbruː.təl.i

Meanings of Brutally:

adverb

In a savagely violent way.

Usage examples:

He was imprisoned and brutally tortured

Meanings of Brute:

noun

A savagely violent person or animal.

Usage examples:

He was a cold-blooded brute
adjective

Characterized by an absence of reasoning or intelligence.

Usage examples:

A brute struggle for social superiority

Meanings of Brute-force:

phrase

Great physical force or strength

Usage examples:

In the end she used brute force to push him out., they are using brute force to take out everyone a…

Brutes

bruːt

Meanings of Brutes:

noun

A savagely violent person or animal.

Usage examples:

He was a cold-blooded brute
adjective

Characterized by an absence of reasoning or intelligence.

Usage examples:

A brute struggle for social superiority

Brutish

ˈbruː.tɪʃ

Meanings of Brutish:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a brute.

Usage examples:

He was coarse and brutish

Meanings of Brutus:

proper noun

A legendary trojan hero, great-grandson of aeneas and supposed ancestor of the british people. in medieval legend he was said to have brought a group of trojans to england and founded troynovant or new troy (london).

Bruv

brʌv

Meanings of Bruv:

noun

A brother

Usage examples:

So he's a bit of an idiot, but he's still my bruv, ain't he?

Bruxism

ˈbrʌks.ɪzəm

Meanings of Bruxism:

noun

Involuntary habitual grinding of the teeth, typically during sleep.

Usage examples:

He was a prolific author and actively contributed to the scientific literature on phobias, pain, ha…

Bryce

ˌbraɪs ˌkæn.jən ˌnæʃ.ən.əl ˈpɑːk

Meanings of Bryce:

noun

A national park (= a large area of land protected by the government because of its natural beauty or because it has a special history) in the us state of utah

Usage examples:

You could take time out to visit the astonishing amphitheatre of translucent stone spires at bryce …

Bryology

brʌɪˈɒlədʒi

Meanings of Bryology:

noun

The study of mosses and liverworts.

Usage examples:

I'm teaching bryology within the general botany classes and two specialized courses ‘bryophyte biol…

Meanings of Bryony:

noun

A climbing eurasian hedgerow plant with lobed hairy leaves and red berries.

Usage examples:

The author suggests that the mandrake tradition may have originated in persia, and other plants may…

Bryophyta

ˌbrʌɪə(ʊ)ˈfʌɪtə

Meanings of Bryophyta:

plural noun

A division of small flowerless green plants which comprises the mosses and liverworts. they lack true roots and reproduce by spores released from a stalked capsule.

Usage examples:

Takahashi and coworkers made an extensive survey on the si concentrations of nearly 500 plant speci…

Bryophyte

ˈbrʌɪə(ʊ)fʌɪt

Meanings of Bryophyte:

noun

A small flowerless green plant of the division bryophyta, which comprises the mosses and liverworts.

Usage examples:

For the last category, we used aligned sequences of the five genes of a lycopod and a bryophyte.

Bryophytes

ˈbrʌɪə(ʊ)fʌɪt

Meanings of Bryophytes:

noun

A small flowerless green plant of the division bryophyta, which comprises the mosses and liverworts.

Usage examples:

For the last category, we used aligned sequences of the five genes of a lycopod and a bryophyte.

Bryozoa

ˌbrʌɪəˈzəʊə

Meanings of Bryozoa:

plural noun

A phylum of sedentary aquatic invertebrates that comprises the moss animals.

Usage examples:

This pattern is typical of most porifera, cnidaria, bryozoa with coronate larvae, colonial ascidiac…

Bryozoan

ˌbrʌɪəˈzəʊən

Meanings of Bryozoan:

noun

A sedentary aquatic invertebrate of the phylum bryozoa, which comprises the moss animals.

Usage examples:

The greatest tentacle length in a bryozoan lophophore known to us is 1.2 mm, reported by cook from …
adjective

Relating to or denoting bryozoans.

Usage examples:

Individuals within all bryozoan colonies are relatively small.

Bryozoans

ˌbrʌɪəˈzəʊən

Meanings of Bryozoans:

noun

A sedentary aquatic invertebrate of the phylum bryozoa, which comprises the moss animals.

Usage examples:

The greatest tentacle length in a bryozoan lophophore known to us is 1.2 mm, reported by cook from …
adjective

Relating to or denoting bryozoans.

Usage examples:

Individuals within all bryozoan colonies are relatively small.

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