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Purely physical
Obsolete spelling of bruit
A large, savage looking man

One of them was a hulking brute of a man, heavily tattooed and with a hardened face that practically screamed I just got out of jail..

Not possessing reason, irrational; unthinking; as, a brute beast; the brute creation
Rough; uncivilized; unfeeling
An animal destitute of human reason; any animal not human; especially a quadruped; a beast
Having the physical powers predominating over the mental; coarse; unpolished; unintelligent
Harsh; blunt
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of, a brute beast. Hence: Brutal; cruel; fierce; ferocious; savage; pitiless; as, brute violence
Not having sensation; senseless; inanimate; unconscious; without intelligence or volition; as, the brute earth; the brute powers of nature
A brutal person; a savage in heart or manners; as unfeeling or coarse person
{n} a creature without reason, a rude person
{a} senseless, savage, wild, rude, rough
{i} Brutus, administrator in ancient Rome, one of the assassins of Julius Caesar
When you refer to brute strength or force, you are contrasting it with gentler methods or qualities. He used brute force to take control Boxing is a test of skill and technique, rather than brute strength. a phrase from Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, used by Caesar when he realizes that even his good friend Brutus has betrayed him and is going to kill him. The phrase goes: "Et tu, Brute?" (and you, Brutus?). a man who is cruel, violent, and not sensitive
Hence: Brutal; cruel; fierce; ferocious; savage; pitiless; as, brute violence
To report; to bruit
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of, a brute beast
An animal destitute of human reason; any animal not human; esp. a quadruped; a beast
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a brute beast. Hence: Brutal; cruel; fierce; ferocious; savage; pitiless; as, brute violence
a cruelly rapacious person
a quadruped; a beast
A 225A DC high intensity carbon arc spotlight with a 24-inch diameter Fresnel lens
resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility; "beastly desires"; "a bestial nature"; "brute force"; "a dull and brutish man"; "bestial treatment of prisoners"
{s} of or pertaining to a beast, animal; savage; cruel; severe; coarse; physical
A type of arc lamp that draws 225 amps "Mini-Brute" and "Maxi-Brute" are trade names of cluster-type quartz lighting instrumentsproduced by Berkey-Colortran, Inc
in Cambridge University slang, is a man who has not yet matriculated The play is evident A “man,” in college phrase, is a collegian; and, as matriculation is the sign and seal of acceptance, a scholar before that ceremony is not a “man,” and therefore only a “biped brute ”
disapproval If you call someone, usually a man, a brute, you mean that they are rough, violent, and insensitive. a drunken brute
{i} beast, animal; savage, cruel person
An animal destitute of human reason; any animal not human; esp
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
brute fact
An inscrutable datum of experience; a thing that is undeniably the case, but which is impervious to reasoned explication

Architecture has graver ends; capable of sublimity, it touches the most brutal instincts through its objectivity; it appeals to the highest of the faculties, through its very abstraction. Architectural abstraction has the distinctive and magnificent quality that, while being rooted in brute fact, it spiritualizes this, because brute fact is nothing other than the materialization, the symbol of a possible idea. Brute fact is amenable to ideas only through an order that is projected onto it. The emotions aroused by architecture emanate from physical conditions that are ineluctable, irrefutable, forgotten today.

brute facts
plural form of brute fact
brute force
A method of computation wherein all permutations of a problem are tried manually until one is found that provides a solution, in contrast to the implementation of a more intelligent algorithm

E.g. to find the set of all positive integers that are multiples of seven, a brute force algorithm would search through all positive integers, checking each one to see if it is a multiple of seven, whereas a more intelligent algorithm might simply multiply the set of all positive integers by seven.

brute force
A method of accomplishing something primarily by means of strength, without the use of mechanical aids or, in combat, without strategic planning or tactics
brute fact

I’ll call the third proposal for what grounds the Positive Epistemic Fact the brute-fact proposal, because it gives the Positive Epistemic Fact the status of brute fact.

Alternative spelling of brute force
brute force
A hacking method used to find passwords or encryption keys by trying every possible combination of characters until the code is broken
brute force
Four special cases, three counting arguments, two long inductions, "and a partridge in a pair tree "
brute force
An attack on encrypted data that attempts to guess every possible key Can be stopped by using very long keys Example, using a key or password of only three letters means there are only 26*26*26 = 17,576 possible values Even a slow computer can test all combinations in a few seconds
brute force
The process of trying every possible combination of passwords or keys to find the password or key that was was used to encrypt a file This type of attack against an encrypted file can be devastating if computers are used in the brute force method
brute force
A method of searching that every piece of data must be blindly processed or tested until the solution is found RC5-64 is an example of this; they must test every block in their search for the key block- all blocks have an equal chance of being the solution, and any user could, at any time, find the key block See also: RC5-64
brute force
Taking copies of the plaintext and ciphertext and trying every possible combination of keys to find the solution
brute force
Refers to a programming style that does not include any shortcuts to improve performance, but instead relies on sheer computing power to try all possibilities until the solution to a problem is found A classic example is the traveling salesman problem (TSP) Suppose a salesman needs to visit 10 cities across the country How does one determine the order in which cities should be visited such that the total distance traveled is minimized? The brute force solution is simply to calculate the total distance for every possible route and then select the shortest one This is not particularly efficient because it is possible to eliminate many possible routes through clever algorithms Although brute force programming is not particularly elegant, it does have a legitimate place in software engineering Since brute force methods always return the correct result -- albeit slowly -- they are useful for testing the accuracy of faster algorithms In addition, sometimes a particular problem can be
brute savagery
senseless cruelty, brutality without reason
Bestial; lacking human sensibility
et tu, Brute
"You too, Brutus" or "even you, Brutus"; expression of betrayal

Et tu, Brute? (3.1.76). This familiar but strange, strangely familiar, anachronistic foreign language at the heart of Julius Caesar is the only Latin in all of Shakespeare's so-called Roman plays.

{a} resembling a beast, rude, ignorant
{a} in a brutish manner, rudely, savagely
{n} brutality, beastliness, rudeness
plural of brute
of, or in the manner of a brute
{s} cruel; crude, sensual, bestial, wild; instinctive, unthinking
disapproval If you describe a person or their behaviour as brutish, you think that they are brutal and uncivilised. The man was brutish and coarse. brutish bullying. cruel and not sensitive to people's feelings
Pertaining to, or resembling, a brute or brutes; of a cruel, gross, and stupid nature; coarse; unfeeling; unintelligent
resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility; "beastly desires"; "a bestial nature"; "brute force"; "a dull and brutish man"; "bestial treatment of prisoners"
cruelly; in an uncouth manner, vulgarly, savagely
In a brutish manner
The characteristic of being brutish
{i} crude or rough or uncivilized manner
et tu, Brute?
and you, Brutus? (words that Caesar supposedly said when he saw his trusted friend among his assassins)