barbarian[ bahr-bair-ee-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF barbarian
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BARBARIAN
Almost every Barbarian at the table had made his own fortune.
The intelligence and facilities of Government are but one step above the barbarian.
I am a Prince of Naples, and I'll not bend the knee to a barbarian.
How could you be such a barbarian as to see the head of a man cut off?
It's a heap onadvisable when addressin' us to overwork that word "barbarian."
Indeed (he added), the answer of the barbarian to the king seems aposite.
On the left was Ariaeus, Cyrus's second in command, and the rest of the barbarian host.
And if you do that, the old days will return of barbarian invasions.
This is as true of the barbarian as of the Christian, and no more so.
And this barbarian, with his "improvement" schemes, forsooth!