barbariad, barbariaid, farbariad, farbariaid, marbariad, marbariaid
Noun(1) a member of an uncivilized people(2) a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement
Adjective(1) without civilizing influences
(1) Arles, once the capital of Roman Gaul, declined after the barbarian invasions and experienced a political and economic revival in the 12 th century.(2) The ancient Romans divided people between civilised and barbarian .(3) We lost several thousand to barbarian attacks.(4) What distinguishes civilized man from a barbarian must be acquired by every individual anew.(5) I am shocked and dismayed to learn that our neighbors to the north have government officials who play politics just like ours do down here in the barbarian south.(6) But that attaches all of the barbarian interlude to ancient history, which is counter to our usual notions.(7) Their background was probably very varied, some perhaps landowners, others military men, Roman or barbarian , who had been invited to take control or seized power.(8) Europe took refuge in a feudal system in the face of increasing barbarian invasion.(9) The use to which the wealth is put, and Jahangir's almost flippant attitude toward his riches, activates the notion of the ignorant barbarian .(10) A process of urbanization was under way - a process which the Romans had to abandon in the 3rd century under the pressures of barbarian invasion.(11) A barbarian dictator who stares down the US can lead a region to war, terrorism, and oppression on a global scale.(12) That is, it is Moira that determines who shall be slave or master, peasant or warrior, citizen or non-citizen, Greek or barbarian .(13) And if we do not do something, these barbarian rodents are bound to take over our lives!(14) In the West, however, Diocletian's system worked for a time, but then fell apart in the face of the barbarian invasions.(15) Raised on the hinge of the Greek and the barbarian (non-Greek) world, he had the amused tolerance of a man who can see and has lived with both sides.(16) Moreover, some of the Greek cities thought they could use the barbarian , or the threat of him, against their enemies.
(1) barbarian :: barbaraidd
1. savage ::
2. wild ::
3. savage ::
4. churl ::
1. civilized ::
Different Formsbarbarian, barbarianism, barbarianisms, barbarians
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