But all these things have not barbarized his mind, as they have Gregorys.
They barbarized the language down to the rudeness of their faculties.
Not knowing what to do with the flower border, we barbarized instead of cultivating it.
Barbarized names are the outward and visible signs of barbarized ideas.
We shall be barbarized on both sides of the water, if we do not see one another now and then.
In rejecting Gnosticism, the Church in fact decided for genuine Hellenism against a corrupted and barbarized development of it.
Diabolical possessions and false miracles still inundated one-half of besotted and barbarized Europe.
In a sense the Roman empire had been already “barbarized” before the invasions of the barbarians en masse.
A dim perception of the requirements of the modern world has inspired the various schemes for a barbarized and simplified Latin.
It has reformed and lifted savage tribes; it has depraved and barbarized civilized nations.