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  • adv. In a barbaric manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a barbaric manner; after the fashion of barbarians or uncivilized persons.

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Examples

  • Gen. Abdul Aziz Muhammed-Jassim, head of operations at Iraqi Ministry of Defense said the soldiers had been "barbarically" killed and that there were traces of torture on their bodies.

    Firedoglake » Requiem

  • Chinese zoos and safari parks treat their animals "barbarically," including abusing them to perform tricks and depriving them of proper food and shelter, an animal welfare group said.

    The Age News Headlines

  • HONG KONG (AFP) - Chinese zoos and safari parks treat their animals "barbarically," including abusing them to perform tricks and depriving them of proper food and shelter, an animal welfare group said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Chinese zoos and safari parks treat their animals "barbarically", including abusing them to perform tricks and depriving them of proper food and shelter, an animal welfare group said.

    iac world news feed

  • Chinese zoos and safari parks have been accused of treating their animals "barbarically", including abusing them to perform tricks and depriving them of food and shelter.

    News24 Top Stories

  • "barbarically," including abusing them to perform tricks and depriving them of proper food and shelter, an animal welfare group said.

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  • I actually feel the need to point out that astrologers do respect the scientific community and do realize that most scientists are not so barbarically ignorant because I empathize with the embarrassment that the majority of respectable members of the scientific community must feel, to think that the public might view this as the level of argument that represents their opinion.

    Astrology for science communicators

  • Not only he acted stupidly, but he also acted abusively, arrogantly, and barbarically.

    Obama: Police 'acted stupidly' in arresting Harvard scholar

  • Klakee-Nah, himself masterful, protested at this masterful conduct of his young daughter; but in the end, dreaming barbarically of magnificence, he went forth and borrowed a thousand dollars from old Porportuk, than whom there was no richer Indian on the Yukon.

    The Wit of Porportuk

  • Softly throbbing, voice and strings arose on sensuous crests of song, died away to whisperings and caresses, drifted through love-dusks and twilights, or swelled again to love-cries barbarically imperious in which were woven plaintive calls and madnesses of invitation and promise.

    CHAPTER III

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