1 > Of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor; forbidding in aspect | SYN: stern.
2 > Severely simple | SYN: severe, stark.
3 > Strict in moral outlook; extremely simple; without ornamentation; severe; sharp.
ETYM Latin barbarus, Greek barbaros, strange, foreign; later, slavish, rude, ignorant; akin to Latin balbus stammering, Skr. barbara stammering, outlandish. Related to Brave.
1 > Primitive in customs and culture.
2 > (Of persons or their actions) Able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering | SYN: brutal, cruel, fell, roughshod, savage, vicious.
ETYM Cf. French brutal. Related to Brute.
1 > (Of circumstances; especially weather) Causing suffering | SYN: cruel, harsh, rigorous, unkind.
2 > (Of weapons or instruments) Causing suffering and pain | SYN: cruel.
1 > Conspicuously and tastelessly indecent | SYN: crude, earthy, gross, vulgar.
2 > Lacking refinement or cultivation or taste | SYN: common, uncouth, vulgar.
3 > Of low or inferior quality or value | SYN: common.
4 > Of texture; large-grained or rough to the touch.
Of animals, dependent on the surrounding temperature; see poikilothermy. (Zoology) Having cold blood (in animals whose body temperature is not internally regulated). coldblooded
Rocky and steep | SYN: rugged.
ETYM French cruel, from Latin crudelis, from crudus. Related to Crude. (Homonym: crewel). Lacking or showing kindness or compassion or mercy | SYN: unkind.
Showing malicious ill will and a desire to hurt; motivated by spite | SYN: spiteful, vindictive.
1 > Pertaining to Draco, a famous lawgiver of Athens, 621 B. C.
2 > Overly severe or harsh.
Wild and menacing | SYN: savage. Wild; untamed; savage; (of animal species) living in the wild, especially after previously being domesticated; funereal.
1 > Not yielding to pressure or easily penetrated
2 > Metaphorically hard
3 > Dried out
4 > Into a solid condition
5 > Unfortunate or hard to bear | SYN: tough.
6 > Very strong or vigorous | SYN: knockout, severe.
7 > Having a high alcoholic content | SYN: strong.
8 > Said of a drinker or drinking; indulging intemperately | SYN: heavy.
9 > Permanent, fixed, or physically defined; unchangeable by the ordinary operation of a computer system. See also hard copy, hard error, hard return, hard-sectored disk. Compare soft (definition 1;).
10. Retaining magnetization even in the absence of an external magnetic field. Compare soft (definition 2;).
ETYM Latin inclemens; pref. in- not + clemens mild: cf. French inclément. Related to Clement.
1 > Used of persons or behavior; showing no clemency or mercy.
2 > (Of weather of climate) Physically severe.
1 > Of, relating to, or made of iron
2 > Resembling iron
3 > Strong and healthy; robust
4 > Inflexible, unrelenting
5 > Holding or binding fast
ETYM French rigoureux, Late Lat. rigorosus. Related to Rigor.
1 > Demanding strict attention to rules and procedures | SYN: stringent, tight.
2 > Rigidly accurate; allowing no deviation from a standard | SYN: strict.
1 > Having or caused by an irregular surface | SYN: unsmooth.
2 > Not perfected.
3 > (Of persons or behavior) Lacking refinement or finesse; physically aggressive.
4 > (Botany) Of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped.
1 > Impertinent; impolite; oarse or vulgar in manner.
2 > Lacking refinement or delicacy: ignorant, unlearned; inelegant, uncouth; offensive in manner or action; discourteous; uncivilized, savage; coarse, vulgar.
3 > Marked by or suggestive of lack of training or skill; inexperienced.
4 > Robust, sturdy.
5 > Occurring abruptly and disconcertingly.
1 > Sturdy and strong in constitution or construction; enduring
2 > Very difficult; severely testing stamina or resolution | SYN: tough.
ETYM French sauvage, Old Fren. salvage, from Latin silvaticus belonging to a wood, wild, from silva a wood. Related to Silvan, Sylvatic.
1 > Of or pertaining to the forest; remote from human abodes and cultivation; in a state of nature; nature; wild.
2 > Wild; untamed; uncultivated.
3 > Uncivilized; untaught; unpolished; rude.
4 > Characterized by cruelty; barbarous; fierce; ferocious; inhuman; brutal.
A member of an uncivilized people | SYN: barbarian.
1 > A person belonging to a primitive society
2 > A brutal person
3 > A rude or unmannerly person
1 > (Nautical) Pertaining to the after part of a vessel.
2 > Severe and unremitting in making demands | SYN: strict, exacting.
ETYM Latin truculentus, from trux, gen. trucis, wild, fierce: cf. French truculent.
1 > Aggressively hostile.
2 > Defiantly aggressive.
3 > Belligerent; cruel; pugnacious; defiant; aggressive.
Devoid of feeling or sensation
ETYM AS. wann, wonn, wan, won, dark, lurid, livid, perhaps originally, worn out by toil, from winnan to labor, strive. Related to Win.
1 > Lacking vitality as from weariness or illness or unhappiness.
2 > Pale.
Wrathful; in commotion; stormy
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