Cruel

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Definition

cruel: unkind, mean, unpleasant, severe, nasty
adjective

cruelly: unkindly, meanly, unpleasantly, severely, nastily
adverb

Examples

  • "Yesterday, during my ‘re-education' session, I endured cruel treatment that had but one goal: to remove the very essence of my Britishness."
  • "Goodbye, cruel world."
  • "Life can be cruel."
  • "Have you been abusing your powers as a ruthless dictator, tyrannical tyrant or cruel despot?"
  • "I know it's cruel, but you're far too ugly to make it in the entertainment business."
  • "Youri say that Kalack country was created when giant salamander Bourishnakov make kisses and sexy time with Yabadev the Cruel."
  • "Two months ago, Horatio and I were cruelly imprisoned in the abhorrent, but surprisingly spacious kitchen of a 4-star restaurant."
  • "Making your secretary take down, and then type, a complaint letter about herself is extremely cruel."

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