ultraviolent


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ultraviolent

(ˌʌltrəˈvaɪələnt)
adj
characterized by or pertaining to extreme acts of violence
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In this ultraviolent farce many innocent people suffer, especially in the audience.
Zombies: The Classic Regency Romance--Now with Ultraviolent Zombie
Euripides ('Medea'), Sophocles ('Oedipus Rex'), Christopher Marlowe ('Doctor Faustus'), John Webster ('The White Devil'), William Shakespeare (the ultraviolent 'Titus Andronicus') and Antonin Artaud's Theater of Cruelty have long given audiences the heebie-jeebies.
The claim that the Nazis and communists are opposites simply because they fought each other in Germany is as specious as claiming that Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel and Los Zetas Cartel are opposites because these ultraviolent drug gangs are fighting each other.
49 "Attaque sur les Champs-Elysees: le parcours ultraviolent de Karim Cheurfi," Monde, April 22, 2017.
Critics accuse Trump of using the ultraviolent street gang as an excuse for stepping up immigration enforcement in general.
The exercise was a part of a three-year investigation into the ultraviolent street gang, which was started by immigrants from El Salvador in the 1980s, (http://www.
Same goes for Atomic Blonde , a Focus Features action flick starring Charlize Theron as an ultraviolent super-spy.
No matter how much the liberal intelligentsia has tried to frame the 2005 suburban riots as "May '68 for the popular classes," they could not quite avoid the contrasting images of ultraviolent young men who put forth no verbal demands or slogans and the highly rhetorical and sexually mixed spring of 1968.
This could be especially important in today's environment of globalization, instant communication, and extremist groups using ultraviolent propaganda footage.
In their pursuit of maximum effect, IS's unknown yet sophisticated imagemakers have employed filmic and stage techniques and a flagrant aesthetic of cruelty that seem to have been lifted from Hollywood horror movies and ultraviolent video games.