Thesaurus / barbarously

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The Hungarians were fleeced and barbarously oppressed by those to whom he intrusted the government of their country.

The Count Elian, and the commanders of the legions who had conducted the gallant defence, were barbarously crucified.

Even these moments' agony is barbarously prolonged and my sad heart sinks under their mortal blows.

AmphitryonMoliere

It was hard for her to understand how any civilized people could find it in their hearts to treat human beings so barbarously.

In a moment the scene was overclouded; her husband was barbarously slain; and all Scotland was in a ferment.

She now first bursting into tears, told him how barbarously she had been treated.

Indeed, doctor, the Count has been barbarously treated, that's the truth on't.

The Beaux-StratagemGeorge Farquhar

What he did was absurdly tame; the things he did it with, his accessories, were barbarously gorgeous.

The MessageAlec John Dawson

They were barbarously printed on wretched paper, but the poor child was in such trouble then that she scarcely noticed them.

He then asked, with some appearance of reproach, "Why the English kept him so barbarously immured in a dreadful prison?"

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