barbaraidd, farbaraidd, marbaraidd
Adjective(1) (of persons or their actions(2) primitive in customs and culture
(1) Justice Higgins argued in 1915 that conciliation and arbitration would provide a new ├ö├ç├┐province of law and order├ö├ç├û to replace ├ö├ç├┐the rude and barbarous process of strike and lockout├ö├ç├û.(2) Now suppose the Professor found the use of shells to be primitive and irrational - ├ö├ç├┐a barbarous relic!├ö├ç├û(3) I saw everything as a cruel, barbarous joke on me and I became cruel and barbarous so that I wouldn't be broken by it.(4) Call me barbarous , call me ignorant, but at least I won't have this disturbing feeling that I'm helping someone make piles of money off whatever terrible event is unfolding at the moment.(5) You non-vegetarians are barbarous murderers, but please stop hurting our feelings by challenging the wisdom of a vegetarian diet!(6) Such things never appear to bother Albert, the consummate technician, who dissociates himself psychically from the violent, barbarous act.(7) Lithuanian was considered to be a barbarous language, unworthy of religious use, so Polish was used for all official religious business.(8) It might be harder still for some of us who have known people of influence and respect, who participated in policies which we regard today as outdated, barbarous , cruel and racist.(9) Yes it is brutal, savage and barbarous - but I have so much respect for the bravery of heavyweight boxers.(10) ├ö├ç├┐If we do have to take military action, we do so in the sure knowledge that we are removing one of the most barbarous and detestable regimes in modern political history,├ö├ç├û he said.(11) Fossey saw local Rwandan people as barbarous , and went to extreme lengths to protect the gorillas, even killing villagers' cattle and firing guns at them.(12) In the ears of the new French lords and their clerks, English had a barbarous sound, and there followed an onslaught on the old vernacular.(13) ├ö├ç├┐The more civilized his object, the more barbarous the worker,├ö├ç├û Marx wrote.(14) But was it fair to call Africa barbarous and uncivilized, and to say that the slave traders were doing no harm by removing people from that continent?(15) Those who commit barbarous and inhuman acts are very far from the spirit of Islam.(16) By failing to provide a context for terrorism, the media portrayed terrorists as irrational and barbarous .
1. cruel ::
2. roughshod ::
3. vicious ::
4. fell ::
5. brutal ::
6. savage ::
1. benign ::
2. benignant ::
3. humane ::
4. kind ::
5. sympathetic ::
Different Formsbarbarous, barbarously
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