barbarously barbarously


  • (adv) in a barbarous manner


  1. But such sacred songs as "I've got a little list" have been brutally cut, and such profanities as "teenagers" and "Hollywood" have been barbarously added.
  2. The answer, according to this new master of staghounds, is that they get shotsud-denly, swiftly, and barbarouslyinstead of that somewhat protracted form of euthanasia which .
  3. Soviet commentators instantly broke into shrill cries of alarm, declared it was just like "the grim days of the 1930s, when fascist birds of prey barbarously bombed Spanish towns.


  1. "We are all touched by the case of little Tommaso, barbarously killed," Benedict told pilgrims at the Vatican. "Let us pray for him and for all victims of violence."
    on Apr 2, 2006 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source:

  2. The losses so enraged the Indians, Penhallow wrote, "that at their return they executed their revenge on Joseph Ring, who was then a Captive among them, whom they fastened to a Stake and burnt alive; barbarously shouting and rejoicing at his cries."
    on Mar 26, 2006 By: Samuel Penhallow Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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