adverb. ['ˈbruːtəli'] in a vicious manner.
- -ly (English)
- -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- brutal (English)
- brutalis (Latin)
Words that Rhyme with Brutally
Example sentences of the word brutally
In the 1960s, a girl reportedly was brutally attacked and killed in the bathroom.
Quotes containing the word brutally
1. Back in 2004, Kellie Overbey handed me her play 'Girl Talk' to read. I fell in love with her brutally delicious humor and the fearlessly deft way in which she drew her characters. They jumped off the page and begged me to give them a space in which to stomp around.
- Carrie Preston
2. If after reading this book you come to my home and brutally murder me, I do not blame you.
- Jesse Andrews, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
3. Heaven is an idea constructed by man to help him cope with the fact that life on earth is both brutally short and, paradoxically, far too long.
- Andrew Davidson, The Gargoyle