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surov

pridev

Nemilosrdan.

austere

pridev


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.

barbarious

pridev

barbarous

pridev

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.

brutal

pridev

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.

catonian

pridev

coarse

pridev

(Homonym: course).
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.

cold-blooded

pridev

Of animals, dependent on the surrounding temperature; see poikilothermy.
(Zoology) Having cold blood (in animals whose body temperature is not internally regulated). coldblooded

craggy

pridev

Rocky and steep | SYN: rugged.

cruel

pridev

ETYM French cruel, from Latin crudelis, from crudus. Related to Crude.
(Homonym: crewel).
Lacking or showing kindness or compassion or mercy | SYN: unkind.

despiteful

pridev

Showing malicious ill will and a desire to hurt; motivated by spite | SYN: spiteful, vindictive.

draconian

pridev


1 > Pertaining to Draco, a famous lawgiver of Athens, 621 B.
C.
2 > Overly severe or harsh.

dragonish

pridev

dreary

pridev


1 > Sorrowful; distressful.
2 > Exciting cheerless sensations, feelings, or associations; comfortless; dismal; gloomy.

feral

pridev

Wild and menacing | SYN: savage.
Wild; untamed; savage; (of animal species) living in the wild, especially after previously being domesticated; funereal.

hard

pridev


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;).

inclement

pridev

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.

iron

pridev


1 > Of, relating to, or made of iron
2 > Resembling iron
3 > Strong and healthy; robust
4 > Inflexible, unrelenting
5 > Holding or binding fast

rigorous

pridev

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.

rough

pridev

(Homonym: ruff).
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.

rude

pridev

(Homonym: rood).
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.

rugged

pridev


1 > Sturdy and strong in constitution or construction; enduring
2 > Very difficult; severely testing stamina or resolution | SYN: tough.

savage

pridev

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.

savage

imenica

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

stern

pridev


1 > (Nautical) Pertaining to the after part of a vessel.
2 > Severe and unremitting in making demands | SYN: strict, exacting.

truculent

pridev

ETYM Latin truculentus, from trux, gen. trucis, wild, fierce: cf.
French truculent.
1 > Aggressively hostile.
2 > Defiantly aggressive.
3 > Belligerent; cruel; pugnacious; defiant; aggressive.

unfeeling

pridev

Devoid of feeling or sensation

wan

pridev

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.

wither

pridev

wroth

pridev

Wrathful; in commotion; stormy

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