brutish

Surly vs Brutish - What's the difference?

surly | brutish |


As adjectives the difference between surly and brutish

is that surly is (obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious while brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute.

As an adverb surly

is (obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Brutish vs Stupid - What's the difference?

brutish | stupid | Synonyms |

Brutish is a synonym of stupid.


As adjectives the difference between brutish and stupid

is that brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute while stupid is lacking in intelligence or exhibiting the quality of having been done by someone lacking in intelligence.

As an adverb stupid is

(slang|dated) extremely.

As a noun stupid is

a stupid person; a fool.

Vicious vs Brutish - What's the difference?

vicious | brutish | Related terms |

Vicious is a related term of brutish.


As adjectives the difference between vicious and brutish

is that vicious is pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity while brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute.

Wild vs Brutish - What's the difference?

wild | brutish | Related terms |

Wild is a related term of brutish.


As a proper noun wild

is for a wild person, or for someone living in uncultivated land.

As an adjective brutish is

of, or in the manner of a brute.

Brutish vs Filthy - What's the difference?

brutish | filthy | Related terms |

Brutish is a related term of filthy.


As adjectives the difference between brutish and filthy

is that brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute while filthy is covered with filth; very dirty.

Brutish vs Low - What's the difference?

brutish | low | Related terms |

Brutish is a related term of low.


As adjectives the difference between brutish and low

is that brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute while low is in a position comparatively close to the ground.

As a noun low is

something that is low; a low point or low can be (countable|uk|scotland|dialect) a flame; fire; blaze or low can be , mound, tumulus.

As an adverb low is

close to the ground.

As a verb low is

(obsolete|transitive) to depress; to lower or low can be or low can be to moo or low can be (uk|scotland|dialect) to burn; to blaze.

Brutish vs Beastly - What's the difference?

brutish | beastly | Related terms |

Brutish is a related term of beastly.


As adjectives the difference between brutish and beastly

is that brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute while beastly is (uk) pertaining to, or having the form, nature or habits of, a beast.

As an adverb beastly is

like a beast; brutishly.

Uncivilized vs Brutish - What's the difference?

uncivilized | brutish | Related terms |

Uncivilized is a related term of brutish.


As adjectives the difference between uncivilized and brutish

is that uncivilized is crude, barbarous, wild, uncultured while brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute.

Brutish vs Carnal - What's the difference?

brutish | carnal | Synonyms |

Brutish is a synonym of carnal.


As adjectives the difference between brutish and carnal

is that brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute while carnal is relating to the physical and especially sexual appetites.

Coldhearted vs Brutish - What's the difference?

coldhearted | brutish | Related terms |

Coldhearted is a related term of brutish.


As adjectives the difference between coldhearted and brutish

is that coldhearted is while brutish is of, or in the manner of a brute.

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