Thesaurus / barbaric

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This barbaric display of jewelry, it should be said, is not made solely for purposes of show.
And then came the rough, barbaric age, the boyhood of our race.
At the same time a chorus of barbaric yells rang out, that chilled the boy's blood, even at that distance.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
The designs are barbaric, and many are doubtless the same as those used hundreds of years ago.
ORIENTAL RUGSWALTER A. HAWLEY
A lively runaway or the barbaric yawp of a new street fakir may dethrone it at any time.
Nearly every history is deformed with this childish and barbaric view.
A council of the people was held on the marae, and the killing of Kane was narrated in minutest and barbaric detail.
Barbaric and strange as he seemed, the girl found in his face that which she might trust.
POLARIS OF THE SNOWSCHARLES B. STILSON
The epics showed the Greeks a barbaric people without iron, without writing, and still not living in cities.
Music, barbaric but melodious, hummed through the fragrant air.
SEA-DOGS ALL!TOM BEVAN

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