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Examples from the Web for brutally
There is a brutally honest section of the book about how you fell out of love with your wife, and essentially chose soccer.
The course Jackson taught at VMI, “Natural and Experimental Philosophy,” was brutally difficult.
It was a brutally hot day, 103 degrees, and the city was on the verge of a racial explosion.Honoring The Late John Doar, A Nearly Forgotten Hero Of The Civil Rights Era|Gary May|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead they allegedly went crazy in the streets of Cambridge, assaulting strangers and brutally raping one young man.
Brutally, Ms. Grande, to be a true diva you need to have lived a bit.
"Don't forget that I can make you do them," he said brutally.The Land of Promise|D. Torbett
"I think you had better go home to your mother," he answered, brutally.The Bride of the Tomb and Queenie's Terrible Secret|Mrs. Alexander McVeigh Miller
Brutally and publicly, on many occasions, Michelangelo made Lionardo feel his aversion for him.Michelangelo|Romain Rolland
He was roughly seized, and brutally hurled back into the room of the mud house, so that we could not exchange a word more.An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet|A. Henry Savage Landor
She perceived the futility of polite, introductory phrases here; she could go straight to her purpose, be brutally frank.No Clue|James Hay