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vicious attack

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  • vicious attack — brutal assault …   English contemporary dictionary

  • vicious — 01. Be careful of their dog; it can be quite [vicious] towards strangers. 02. A young child was [viciously] attacked by a dog while playing in the park yesterday. 03. He was injured by a [vicious] kick from an opposing player. 04. The young man… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • vicious — adjective 1 violent and dangerous, and likely to hurt someone: a vicious attack | a vicious criminal | Keep away from that dog, he can be vicious. 2 cruel and deliberately trying to hurt someone s feelings or make their character seem bad: Sarah… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • vicious — [[t]vɪ̱ʃəs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED A vicious person or a vicious blow is violent and cruel. He was a cruel and vicious man... He suffered a vicious attack by a gang of white youths... The blow was so sudden and vicious that he dropped to his knees.… …   English dictionary

  • vicious — viciously, adv. viciousness, n. /vish euhs/, adj. 1. addicted to or characterized by vice; grossly immoral; depraved; profligate: a vicious life. 2. given or readily disposed to evil: a vicious criminal. 3. reprehensible; blameworthy; wrong: a… …   Universalium

  • vicious — vi|cious [ vıʃəs ] adjective * 1. ) extremely violent: a vicious attack/assault a vicious act of violence a vicious thug/killer a vicious animal He had a cruel and vicious streak. 2. ) extremely unkind or unpleasant: It was only a vicious rumor.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • vicious */ — UK [ˈvɪʃəs] / US adjective 1) extremely violent a vicious attack/assault a vicious act of violence a vicious thug/killer a vicious animal He had a cruel and vicious streak. 2) extremely unkind or unpleasant It was only a vicious rumour. He had a… …   English dictionary

  • vicious — adj. 1 bad tempered, spiteful (a vicious dog; vicious remarks). 2 violent, severe (a vicious attack). 3 of the nature of or addicted to vice. 4 (of language or reasoning etc.) faulty or unsound. Phrases and idioms: vicious circle see CIRCLE n. 11 …   Useful english dictionary

  • attack — at|tack1 [ ə tæk ] noun *** 1. ) count a violent attempt to harm a person, animal, or place: a vicious attack attack on: measures to reduce the number of sexual attacks on young women a ) count or uncount an organized attempt to defeat an enemy,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • attack */*/*/ — I UK [əˈtæk] / US verb Word forms attack : present tense I/you/we/they attack he/she/it attacks present participle attacking past tense attacked past participle attacked 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to use violence to harm a person, animal, or …   English dictionary

  • vicious — /ˈvɪʃəs / (say vishuhs) adjective 1. characterised by brutal violence: a vicious attack. 2. characterised by a brutally violent disposition. 3. addicted to or characterised by vice or immorality; depraved; profligate. 4. given or disposed to… …   Australian-English dictionary

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