1. The Barbarous treatment of the native peoples of the New World by those bent on conquest at any cost an aunt who abhors Barbarous behavior such as eating with your fingers Recent Examples on the …
2. Barbarous definition, uncivilized; wild; savage; crude
3. Uncivilized, wild, rough, gross, savage, primitive, rude, coarse, vulgar, barbarian, philistine, uneducated, brutish, unsophisticated, uncouth, uncultivated, unpolished, uncultured, unmannered He thought the poetry of Whitman Barbarous.
4. Synonyms & Antonyms of Barbarous 1 having or showing the desire to inflict severe pain and suffering on others a monarch resorting to whatever Barbarous means he deemed necessary to protect his throne
5. Extremely cruel or unpleasant, or failing to reach acceptable social standards: His murder was an outrageous and Barbarous act
6. How can they forgive such Barbarous behaviour?
7. The definition of Barbarous is something that is uncivilized or crude
8. Killing people for no reason is an example of a Barbarous act.
9. At the present day, almost every people that exist, whether Barbarous or civilized, has its own form of dancing
10. THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESS FLORENCE HARTLEY But the spirit of allegory, which has never been lost, may be traced throughout these Barbarous …
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13. KJV: And the Barbarous people shewed us INT: and [the] natives showed not [just] Acts 28:4 Adj-NMP GRK: εἶδον οἱ βάρβαροι κρεμάμενον τὸ NAS: When the natives saw the creature KJV: when the barbarians saw INT: saw the natives hanging the
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15. Late Middle English (in Barbarous (sense 2)): via Latin from Greek barbaros ‘foreign’ + -ous.
16. Barbaric was used with the meaning “foreign, strange, outlandish,” Barbarous first meant what the Romans meant by it, “not Greek or Latin,” but it soon came to mean “uncultured, savage,” and by the 1580s had taken on the sense of “savagely cruel.” The noun barbarian entered English earlier than …
17. Adjective If you describe something as Barbarous, you strongly disapprove of it because you think that it is rough and uncivilized.
18. Barbaric or Barbarous behavior or other characteristics are those that suggest a cultural attainment between savagery and civilization
19. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Barbarous bar‧bar‧ous / ˈbɑːb ə rəs $ ˈbɑːr-/ adjective 1 CRUEL extremely cruel in a way that is shocking SYN barbaric The trade in exotic birds is Barbarous
20. 2 NATURAL wild and not civilized a savage Barbarous people — Barbarously adverb Examples from the Corpus Barbarous • In
21. 1880, Charles Wells, “Introduction to the second edition”, in James Redhouse, Redhouse's Turkish Dictionary, page vii: The original Turkish tongue was somewhat Barbarous, but extremely forcible and concise when spoken.· uncivilized, uncultured 1801, Isaac Watts, The improvement of the mind, or A supplement
22. Barbarism definition, a Barbarous or uncivilized state or condition
23. Barbarous: 1 adj (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering “a Barbarous crime” Synonyms: brutal , cruel , fell , roughshod , savage , vicious inhumane lacking and reflecting lack of pity or compassion adj primitive in customs and culture Synonyms: noncivilised , noncivilized not having a high state of culture
24. Acts of Barbarous inhumanity are a grim reminder that, in the scheme of things, we are not much above wild animals
25. Lithuanian was considered to be a Barbarous language, unworthy of religious use, so Polish was used for all official religious business.
26. “The Barbarous Years, the long-awaited companion to Voyagers to the West, is an even greater achievement
27. Both in the span of time he examines (the years 1600 to 1675) and in his effort to capture the full range of ‘the conflict of civilizations’ in the early European colonization of North America, The Barbarous Years is Bailyn’s
28. See authoritative translations of Barbarous in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
29. BARBARIAN, Barbarous bär bâr’ ĭən, bär’-bə rəs (βάρβαρος, G975, a foreigner, alien; speaking a foreign, unintelligible language; a person who is not a Greek).When the psalmist described the Exodus as the house of Jacob coming forth “from a people of strange language” (), one has the kind of setting which defines the use of the word “barbarian.”
30. Definition of Barbarous in the Definitions.net dictionary
31. What does Barbarous mean? Information and translations of Barbarous in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
32. Definition of Barbarous adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
33. Synonyms for Barbarous in Free Thesaurus
34. 59 synonyms for Barbarous: uncivilized, wild, rough, gross, savage, primitive, rude, coarse, vulgar
35. Lacking refinement or culture; coarse: inappropriate, Barbarous behavior
36. Characterized by savagery; very cruel: a Barbarous punishment; a Barbarous tyrant
37. It was Barbarous to treat prisoners in that manner
38. His murder was an outrageous and Barbarous act
39. It is Barbarous to call at 5 a.m.
40. The killer’s Barbarous acts disgusted the jury and landed him a lengthy prison sentence
41. 🔊 Although most people supported the soldiers, they couldn’t fathom the cruel and Barbarous events that took place during the war
42. 🔊 After taking over a village, the army had a Barbarous system in which they would raid and capture innocent women
43. • Coarse, crude, rough, vulgar, crass, impolite: 'The complaining letter was written in Barbarous English • Cruel, brutal, mean, inhuman, vicious, harsh: 'It is Barbarous to keep a large dog cooped up like that • Brutal 1 cruel 1 fell (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering
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47. The map provided with the Collector's Edition of Guild Wars Nightfall names this area as the "Barbarous Coast"
48. Another way to say Barbarous? Synonyms for Barbarous (other words and phrases for Barbarous).
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50. A Barbarous name is a meaningless or seemingly meaningless word used in magic rituals.The term Barbarous comes from the Greek barbaroi (Greek: βάρβαροι) meaning those who do not speak the Greek Language ().Often these names were derived from foreign sources and acquired their "Barbarous" nature from the magician's lack of understanding of that language.
51. Acts of Barbarous inhumanity are a grim reminder that, in the scheme of things, we are not much above wild animals
52. Lithuanian was considered to be a Barbarous language, unworthy of religious use, so Polish was used for all official religious business
53. A Bloody and Barbarous God investigates the relationship between gnosticism, a system of thought that argues that the cosmos is evil and that the human spirit must strive for liberation from manifest existence, and the perennial philosophy, a study of the highest common factor in all esoteric religions, and how these traditions have influenced the later novels of Cormac McCarthy, namely, Blood
54. Barbarous: Primitive or undeveloped in culture and customs; uncivilized
55. In the times which we call Barbarous, great benefices and abbeys were taxed in France to the third of their revenue.
56. The specific atrocity of such spectacles -- unknown to the earlier ages which they called Barbarous-- was due to the cold-blooded selfishness, the hideous realism of a refined
57. Synonyms for Barbarous include brutal, cruel, savage, barbaric, vicious, ferocious, inhuman, monstrous, ruthless and brutish
58. The allies fought to destroy a Barbarous regime and avert the still more terrible outcome that would have followed its victory
59. Times, Sunday Times ( 2015 ) What it is is an appalling, Barbarous regime.
60. Barbarous definition: (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering synonyms: vicious, brutal, cruel, savage, roughshod, fell
61. Niamey, Niger: Fifty-eight people have been killed in "Barbarous" attacks on a bus and nearby villages in Niger close to the country's border with Mali, the government said on Tuesday.