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Definition of "brutalisation" [brutalisation]

  • Alternative form of brutalization. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "brutalisation" in a sentence
  • "As world leaders united to demand that Muammar Gaddafi face the full consequences of what Barack Obama called the "brutalisation" of his people, the defence secretary, Liam Fox, confirmed that the rescue had been a success, so far."
  • "The PAC reacted in a statement to reports of "brutalisation" of people held captive in a cell in the basement of Lancet building in Johannesburg, which houses the ANC's PWV regional offices."
  • "Furthermore she claims the Koran is a text that is 'violent, incendiary, and disrespectful' and says that barbarities such as brutalisation of women, the persecution of homosexuals, honour killings, the beheading of apostates and the stoning of adulterers come directly out of the Koran."