- ffyrnigdynnu'n gareiauffyrnigsavagenessanwariaid
Noun(1) a member of an uncivilized people(2) a cruelly rapacious person
Verb(1) attack brutally and fiercely(2) criticize harshly or violently
Adjective(1) (of persons or their actions(2) wild and menacing(3) without civilizing influences(4) marked by extreme and violent energy
(1) The company has announced a savage price cut of its videogame system.(2) Some people argue that capital punishment is a savage act and must be abolished in every state.(3) Critics are going to savage this film out of respect to Charade and that's not really fair.(4) After five years he escaped to America, from where he continued his savage denunciations of British policy in Ireland and around the world.(5) His first period in office as Prime Minister is best known for his savage repression of labour unrest, which earned him the hostility of the Socialist Party and left him little time for social reform.(6) I have had occasion over the years to savage this or that actor or screenwriter or director in print as part of my work as a film critic.(7) We had terrible visions of savage marauders destroying sacred idols, throwing them around with vicious glee.(8) The two combatants charged at each other with weapons drawn and fought like savage beasts.(9) Then he tells her of his wild tales of the savage barbarian Conan, and she sees the fire in his eyes.(10) They turned useless prairies into golden wheat fields, their wagons into powerful locomotives, and a savage wilderness into a network of commerce and trade.(11) His natural gift for writing led him to enjoy hurling savage personal abuse at his Tory opponents, but he was not pleased when his attacks were returned with interest.(12) We tried to have a debate on serious historical presidents, and you make it into a savage attack on the current president.(13) Even his old financial wizardry was in doubt: two loans floated in August failed miserably after savage criticism in the Assembly.(14) One would think that they were getting ready to unlock the cage of some savage beast.(15) These fierce and savage warriors actually consisted of Jutes, Friesians, Angles and Saxons.(16) He explained some things about the human mind, and how mankind began originally as savage hunters, fighting for their food and anything that got in their way.
(1) savage :: ffyrnig
1. ferocious ::
2. vicious ::
3. fierce ::
4. primitive ::
5. rugged ::
6. severe ::
7. cruel ::
8. wild ::
9. feral ::
10. furious ::
11. barbarian ::
12. brute ::
13. wolf ::
14. maul ::
15. criticize severely ::
16. pillory ::
1. civilized ::
Different Formssavage, savaged, savagely, savageness, savages, savaging
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I've got my new, bloodthirsty,
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 23
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
I think we have to acknowledge, those were
some fairly SAVAGE preadolescent Jews.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 6
Why on earth would I trust the word
of a lying little SAVAGE like you?
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
"What will me poor SAVAGE father say?"
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
English to Welsh Dictionary: savage
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