A term used when something or someone has been mangled, mauled, maimed, killed, hurt badly, damaged or just plain fucked up somehow...brutally
The whore was brutalized because she deserved it
by Tom Patchett September 12, 2004
It’s an adverb that can be used in a number of different ways:
1 It can mean particularly savage and violent;
2 It can mean in a direct and uncompromising way, where no attempt is made to disguise unpleasantness;
3 It can mean to an extremely unpleasant or harsh degree;
1 He was brutally attacked in the street;
2 It was a brutally candid review of her performance;
3 The thaw followed weeks of brutally cold weather;
by AKACroatalin December 7, 2016
a humor blog that sounds like it is about S&M, but isn't.
Dude. Did you read the post on Brutalism about the Sloppy Carl? It is hilarious.
by Dilettante07 May 19, 2009
A form of architecture popularized in the 1960s, most commonly found on university campuses, which makes heavy use of raw, exposed concrete. These buildings often got very ugly very fast due to water stains. The name comes from the French word "brut" meaning raw.
That building is a prime example of brutalism.
by Tyler Norman June 24, 2005
The American Slang word for something that is very metal.
Taken by other scenes such as "Hardcore", and "Scene", it was originally used my Metalheads, and should stay that way.
by DJ Deathday October 26, 2008
1. Being beaten, humiliated or otherwise in a brutal fashion.

2. A common gaming phrase used if you were teamed or attacked in a cruel and unfair way.
1. Awww mannn you just brutalled my high-score!

2. Player A: I just got teamed 3-1 =(.

Player B: Lol brutalled.
by archie-word-group September 23, 2009
A word used to describe how ruthless or cruel someone is or just how noisy some bands are.
"We've got a new album that you can check out and let the noisey brutalfulness do the rest. "
by Metašizika April 30, 2015