verb (used with or without object), im·brut·ed, im·brut·ing.
Examples from the Web for imbruted
It was usually considered that the "slaves" were a vast and almost hopeless mass of imbruted humanity.
Imbruted by atheism, he entered his cell with a merry song and a joke.
The imbruted monster turned upon his heel without any reply.
There he lay,—squalid and loathsome under the bright heaven,—an imbruted man.The Works of Whittier, Volume V (of VII)|John Greenleaf Whittier
Hence mankind are imbruted by excessive toil as well as by excessive sensuality and violence.