Violent | Definition of Violent by Merriam-Webster
They witnessed a violent struggle between police and protesters. The peaceful protest suddenly turned violent. The city has experienced an increase in violent crime in the past year. The final scene was extremely violent. She suffered a violent death in a car accident. The patient suddenly became violent and had to be restrained. He's not a particularly violent person.
Violent - definition of violent by The Free Dictionary
vi·o·lent (vī′ə-lənt) adj. 1. a. Causing or intending to cause damage, injury, or death, often when involving great force: a violent car crash; a violent attack. b. Characterized by or displaying physical violence: a violent past; a violent movie. c. Caused by unexpected force or injury rather than by natural causes: a violent death. d. Given to ...
Violent Synonyms, Violent Antonyms - Merriam-Webster
3 marked by great and often stressful excitement or activity . our guest's imminent arrival provoked a violent effort to get the place cleaned up
Violent Synonyms, Violent Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
Many replies were made to Mr. Gladstone's pamphlet that were violent and abusive. You are your mother's girl, think what you will; and have violent spirits to contend with.
violent | Definition of violent in English by Oxford ...
Definition of violent - using or involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something, (especially of an emotion or a destructi
Violent (2014) - Rotten Tomatoes
There's no doubt Violent is a deep dive of a drama that leaves a chill, but it's also a profoundly beautiful story that teeters on the edge of genius without even trying because it bypasses ...
violent - Wiktionary
Involving extreme force or motion. A violent wind ripped the branch from the tree.· Involving physical conflict. We would rather negotiate, but we will use violent means if necessary.· Likely to use physical force. The escaped prisoners are considered extremely violent. Intensely vivid. The artist expressed his emotional theme through violent colors ...
Violence - Wikipedia
War is a state of prolonged violent large-scale conflict involving two or more groups of people, usually under the auspices of government. It is the most extreme form of collective violence. War is fought as a means of resolving territorial and other conflicts, as war of aggression to conquer territory or loot resources, in national self-defence or liberation, or to suppress attempts of part ...
Violently - definition of violently by The Free Dictionary
was, at the time of the great shock of the 20th, violently shaken, so that the trees beat against each other, and a volcano burst forth under water close to the shore: these facts are remarkable because this island, during the earthquake of 1751, was then also affected more violently than other places at an equal distance from Concepcion, and this seems to show some subterranean connection ...
Violent (2014) - IMDb
Directed by Andrew Huculiak. With Dagny Backer Johnsen, Mari Sofie Andreassen, Karl Bird, Bryn Bowen. A young woman, and her last memories of the five people who loved her most, recalled while experiencing a catastrophic event.