Barbarities [noun]

Definition of Barbarities:

crudity, savagery

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Sentence/Example of Barbarities:

The people here retained the same paganism and barbarity, only they were not so dangerous, being conquered by the Muscovites.

I could find in the Bible more instances of Jahweh's cruelty and barbarity and lack of mercy than I can find room for.

It is curious that the Indians of the new world, should so very far exceed all the savage tribes of the old in barbarity.

It was only Dutch, a foolish charm, a heritage of barbarity and ignorance, but I was too weary to protest.

Galerius, an Illyrian herdsman, but exhibited more conspicuously upon the throne of empire the native barbarity of his character.

He was the son of a cobbler, and disgraced the imperial dignity by acts of barbarity and tyranny.

They made use of their credit to crush their adversaries, whom they always treated with the greatest barbarity.

This occasioned severe punishment; and the hearts of their masters being indurated by habit, it often led to acts of barbarity.

This useless act of barbarity, which excited violent indignation among the Americans, was reprehended by the British government.

But, unhappily, these deeds of barbarity were not left to the vengeance of the law.