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- noun A
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He scented a rival in this brutalitarian, though it seemed hardly possible that Angelina should take much notice of him.
South Wind Norman Douglas 1910
Dickens was at least more of a man than the brutalitarian who claims to wrong people because they are nasty, or the humanitarian who cannot be just to them without pretending that they are nice.
Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens 1905
And it is only these two types, the sentimental humanitarian and the sentimental brutalitarian, whom one hears in the modern babel.
Tremendous Trifles 1905
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