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  • 161inhuman — adj pitiless, merciless, heartless, unkind, inhumane; unfeeling, uncompassionate, unsympathetic; cruel, hard hearted, stony hearted, marble hearted, cold blooded; cold, callous, insensitive, hardened, obdurate. 2. barbarous, barbaric, savage,… …

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  • 162nihilistic — adj 1. anarchistic, anarchic, lawless, antinomian, syndicalistic; rebellious, mutinous, riotous, insurrectionary, incendiary, sansculottic; treasonous, traitorous, insubordinate, subversive; revolutionary, revolutionist, counter revolutionary,… …

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  • 163nonhuman — adj 1. inhumane, inhumanistic, bloodless, cold blooded, cold hearted, hard hearted, stonyhearted, marble hearted, heartless, unfeeling, unsympathetic, uncompassionate; androidal, automatous, mechanical, machinelike, robotistic, robotlike;… …

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  • 164savage — adj 1. ferocious, fierce, ruthless, vicious, fell, truculent; untamed, wild, undomesticated, unbroken; feral, ferine, wolfish, lupine, beastly, bestial, Obs. belluine; brutal, inhuman, barbarous, barbaric, hellish, Tartarian, Hunnish, Vandalic,… …

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  • 165truculent — adj 1. fierce, cruel, ferocious, fell, ruthless; rancorous, stern, grim, dire; brutal, savage, feral, ferine; vicious, barbarous, inhuman, subhuman; murderous, slaughterous, bloodthirsty, sadistic, Hunnish, Tartarean, Vandalic, Gothic. 2. harsh,… …

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  • 166Vandal — /ˈvændl/ (say vandl) noun 1. a member of a Germanic people who in the 5th century AD ravaged Gaul and Spain, settled in Africa, and in 455 sacked Rome. –adjective 2. of or relating to the Vandals. {Late Latin Vandalus, Latinisation of indigenous… …

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  • 167vandal — /ˈvændl / (say vandl) noun 1. someone who deliberately or ignorantly destroys or damages property, works of art, etc. –adjective 2. characterised by vandalism. {from Vandal} –vandalic /vænˈdælɪk/ (say van dalik), adjective …

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  • 168Vandal — [van dal′ikvan′dəl] n. [L Vandalus < Gmc base * wandal > OE Wendil, ON Vendill] 1. a member of an East Germanic people that ravaged Gaul, Spain, and N Africa and sacked Rome (A.D. 455) 2. [v ] a person who, out of malice or ignorance,… …

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  • 169vandal — n. & adj. n. 1 a person who wilfully or maliciously destroys or damages property. 2 (Vandal) a member of a Germanic people that ravaged Gaul, Spain, N. Africa, and Rome in the 4th 5th c., destroying many books and works of art. adj. of or… …

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  • 170Vandal — n. & adj. n. 1 a person who wilfully or maliciously destroys or damages property. 2 (Vandal) a member of a Germanic people that ravaged Gaul, Spain, N. Africa, and Rome in the 4th 5th c., destroying many books and works of art. adj. of or… …

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  • 171Van|dal|ic — «van DAL ihk», adjective. 1. Often, vandalic. characteristic of Vandals; destructive; vandalistic. 2. of, having to do with, or consisting of Vandals …

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