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Word: bestial

Definition: beastlike; brutal; inhuman; very cruel


Sentences Containing 'bestial'

According to this local politician, a memorial is necessary so that everybody learns about the alleged crimes of the OUN and UPA, who he claims "acted in a more bestial manner than the fascists.” When a provisional memorial was unveiled, a placard was attached to the stone displaying a dove pierced by a sword with a swastika.
Although they split up in 2008, Bestial Mockery released four full-length albums for Metal Blood Music, Osmose and Season of Mist, as well as a large number of stand-alone EPs and split releases with other underground metal acts.
Bestial Mockery is a Swedish black metal band formed in Uddevalla in 1995 by the quartet of Carl "Master Motorsåg" Bildt, Micke "Doomanfanger" Petersson, Jocke "Christcrusher" and Carl "Warslaughter".
Doctor Sunderland, a beauty-obsessed scientist comes to Aberrance to aid Cranius in restoring the Compound K, in exchange for a cadre of insectoid, bestial Un-Men to sell as living weaponry.
Smith sees this as reinforcing the bestial undertone of the Asian stereotype, making her appear inhuman.
The main focus, Cesereanu writes in the book, was on the "spectacular-inventive" use of "the law breaking register, the bestial, the putrid-excremental and the lecherous ones."

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