beastlike

beastlike

(ˈbiːstˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a beast
References in classic literature ?
His fingers clenched and unclenched spasmodically as he approached the trembling Russ, beastlike and ominous as a brute of prey.
Galazi stood there awhile, and the moonlight fell upon him, and Umslopogaas saw that his face grew wild and beastlike, that his eyes shone, and his teeth grinned beneath his curling lips.
Villa are a club renowned for beastlike strikers, with the likes of Andy Gray, Peter Withe and, more recently, John Carew excelling.
Humans can always choose good and aspire to be better than what they are, or they can choose evil and become more beastlike, like the ores in Tolkien's Middle-Earth or the goblins of MacDonald's works.
Sarieddine growls more loudly with each crime mentioned, becoming more beastlike until he reaches a frenzied screaming.
Unable to save her from her own hands ("unas"), Grimalte describes it as a theriomorphic (beastlike) occurrence that neither he nor anyone else could have prevented:
There he played Wolverine, the rugged beastlike man able to grow metallic claws, whose grizzled exterior hid a noble heart.
The comments came after Kim Jong-un celebrated his country's second intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test late on Friday, in what North Korean state media described as a warning to the "beastlike US imperialists".
When he arrived he carried out his orders, and of his own accord even went beyond them and indulged to the top of his bent his beastlike and rabid temperament.
Some abandon their shackles--imprisoned animals break their chains, children and adults once confined to gradgrindian institutions now frolic in the open air--while others prefer the false security of their beastlike state.
The eidolon, a Greek-based dark winged figure, was retained in the East long after it was displaced by an anthropomorphic demon with beastlike attributes in the West.