A Levantine, burly, unshaven, and soiled, towered truculently
You'll perhaps batten down your hatches till you're spoke to, my friend," cried Silver truculently
to this speaker.
He swaggered truculently
, stuck out his chest, roared and advanced closer to the bull.
Du-seen, a weapon half drawn, approached truculently
I am Buckingham," growled a burly, unwashed brute, swaggering truculently
The cabby turned at him his enormous and inflamed countenance truculently
This year, Snyder has managed to add an extra patina of sadness to the whole affair by truculently
rejecting calls to change the Redskins' name, which a growing number of people regard as a racial slur.
No, there hasn't been any one else," she answered almost truculently
More recently, however, China has truculently
asserted its territorial claims in the South China Sea.
But it's hard to be philosophical about a defiantly nuclear North Korea that has truculently
repudiated its 1953 armistice with South Korea and proved its ballistics delivery capabilities by successfully putting a faulty satellite into orbit last December.
In 1994, curator Kirk Varnedoe characterised Cy Twombly's work as having 'proved influential among artists, discomforting to many critics, and truculently
difficult not just for a broad public, but for sophisticated initiates of postwar art as well'.
There are, however, some contemporary artists who truculently
hold out against the meretriciousness and vulgarity of what I have called the "post-medium condition.