Thesaurus / barbarian

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The cookies resting joyfully in their barbarian young stomachs could not very well be restored.
CHICKEN LITTLE JANELILY MUNSELL RITCHIE
A man without learning and surrounded by barbarian soldiers, Mehemet Ali appears before the world as nature made him.
I am afraid I'm a bit of a barbarian, and don't reckon with them as reverently as I ought.
They dwell under the painted lodge of the barbarian, and they burn even in the heart of the benighted heathen.
THE INFIDEL, VOL. II.ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD
People thought themselves dreaming till the enormous head of the bull 15 began to turn in the iron hands of the barbarian.
An impression was abroad then that he was a barbarian; he was not.
BETWEEN THE LINESHENRY BASCOM SMITH
Then in the course of ages the wealth of the villages and the corn that filled the fields were pillaged by barbarian invaders.
PENGUIN ISLANDANATOLE FRANCE
It is a fight with the club of a barbarian instead of with an intellectual cimeter.
What man can be such a barbarian as to resist the voice of honour and reason, coming from the lips of an affectionate wife?
The next five years were employed by this precocious genius of barbarian craft in strengthening his kingship among the Salians.

WORDS RELATED TO BARBARIAN

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