Etymology
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brutish (adj.)

1530s, "pertaining to animals," from brute (n.) + -ish. In reference to humans, "uncultured, stupid," from 1550s. Related: Brutishly; brutishness.

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Definitions of brutish

brutish (adj.)
resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility;
a dull and brutish man
Synonyms: beastly / bestial / brute / brutal
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