Definitions for barbarity
bɑrˈbær ɪ tibar·bar·i·ty
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word barbarity.
atrocity, atrociousness, barbarity, barbarousness, heinousnessnoun
the quality of being shockingly cruel and inhumane
brutality, barbarity, barbarism, savagerynoun
a brutal barbarous savage act
The state of being barbarous; brutality
A barbaric act
A crude act
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from barbarous.
And they did treat him with all the rudeness, reproach, and barbarity imaginable. Edward Hyde, b. viii.
Next Petrarch followed, and in him we see
What rhime improv’d in all its height, can be
At best a pleasing sound, and sweet barbarity. Dryden.
Latin often expresses that in one word, which either the barbarity or narrowness of modern tongues cannot supply in more. Dryden.
Affected refinements, which ended by degrees in many barbarities, before the Goths had invaded Italy. Jonathan Swift.
the state or manner of a barbarian; lack of civilization
cruelty; ferociousness; inhumanity
a barbarous or cruel act
barbarism; impurity of speech
The numerical value of barbarity in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of barbarity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
The junta's barbarity and callous disregard for human life aims to chill the anti-coup protest movement, european Union member states, the United States, and other governments should show the junta that there will be a reckoning for its crimes.
The accusations are a barbarity, this is a government that has done exactly the opposite of what it offered to do eight and a half years ago.
Every day the barbarity of the Left’s COVID lockdowns and school closures becomes more apparent, the great global resetters who love to see us shut in and shut up were fine seeing our economy destroyed – and even turning kids into screaming zombies.
I feel bruised by this atrocious act, which cannot be justified. No nation, no human life deserves such criminal barbarity, i urge the Malian government to fight more fiercely against terrorism.
This is a massacre. A barbarity. These police surrounded the house and burned it after my nephew refused to let them put snipers on the roof.
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