According to Bale, Moses was “one of the most barbaric individuals that I ever read about in my life.”
Rome wants and needs to be a capital of dialogue and peace, not a barbaric battleground.
The British government is putting its money where its mouth is with a bold plan to end the barbaric practice.
I love his resistance to the “barbaric” custom of handshakes.
I was really enjoying myself, completely forgetting about the barbaric acts that were occurring in my mouth.
Down the center of the street advanced a gaudy procession headed by a barbaric priestess.
We had not, however, taken into account the obtuseness of a barbaric despot.
He was a barbaric and war-like figure and the girls unconsciously shrunk back as he danced by them.
There are other countries where this relic of the barbaric ages doesn't exist.
The trading spirit rose and flourished, and the barbaric hereditary jurisdictions were abolished.
late 15c., "uncultured, uncivilized, unpolished," from French barbarique (15c.), from Latin barbaricus "foreign, strange, outlandish," from Greek barbarikos "like a foreigner," from barbaros "foreign, rude" (see barbarian). Meaning "pertaining to barbarians" is from 1660s.