Brute and Savage


Brute adjective - Having or showing the desire to inflict severe pain and suffering on others.
Usage example: the brute attacks on innocent civilians had taken the war to a whole new level

Savage is a synonym for brute in barbarian topic. In some cases you can use "Savage" instead the word "Brute" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like degenerate. popular alternative

Nearby Words: brutal, brutish, brutally, Brutus


Savage noun - A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: what kind of savage would hurt a baby?

Brute is a synonym for savage in animal topic. You can use "Brute" instead the word "Savage" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as barbarian, wild, degenerate, lout. popular alternative

Nearby Words: savagely, savagery, savaged, savaging

How words are described

violent violent brute violent savage
great great brute great savage
dangerous dangerous brute dangerous savage
evil evil brute evil savage
Other adjectives: merciless, primitive, alcoholic, heroic, bloodthirsty, red, fearsome.

Both words in one sentence

  • Savage Wolves: A brute might get a dog which fights alongside her or him early on.
  • Through the story it becomes increasingly obvious that the fae rule through brute force and that they really aren't that much better than the "savage" humans and orcs.
  • The Brutes: Machivise and Dellinger, two rather savage officers that specialize in brute force.
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