Sinónimos de barbaric
primitive or brutala particularly barbaric act of violence
He was the victim of a very brutal attack.
the teeth of some fierce animal
They should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.
the persecution of prisoners by cruel officers
This was a savage and needless attack.
a crude sense of humour
He suffered a vicious attack by a group of gang members.
a ruthless totalitarian power
a TV show well known for its vulgar jokes
I couldn't believe they were so heartless.
The barbaric slaughter of whales is unnecessary and inhuman.
the merciless efficiency of a modern police state
this bloodthirsty killer
the capacity for quick, remorseless violence
It was a barbarous attack on a purely civilian train.
He saw the pitiless eyes of his enemy.
that oafish, uncouth person
primitive or brutala prehistoric and barbaric world
countries which did not wish to appear backward or uncivilized
the wild tribes which still roam the northern plains with their horse herds
stunning images of a wild and savage land
studies of primitive societies
He made a rude gesture with his finger.
rude and barbarian people
He thought the poetry of Whitman barbarous.
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in the sense of barbarian
uncivilized or brutalrude and barbarian people
in the sense of barbarous
brutal or cruelIt was a barbarous attack on a purely civilian train.
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