brusquely

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Etymology[edit]

brusque +‎ -ly

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brusquely (comparative more brusquely, superlative most brusquely)

  1. In a brusque manner; abruptly; rudely.
    • 2021 February 9, Christina Newland, “Is Tom Hanks part of a dying breed of genuine movie stars?”, in BBC[1]:
      Hanks shepherds the young girl to safety – first brusquely, and then with a sudden outburst of affection made all the more poignant for the way it is reserved previously. He once again reminds us, quite literally, that he is in many ways the ultimate dad.

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