Examples of barbarism in a Sentence
The barbarism of his dictatorship cannot be ignored.
Such barbarisms cannot be tolerated.
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While both sides are guilty of that barbarism, Blocker tends to focus on atrocities committed by Indians against his men.
His view of human nature is sufficiently pessimistic, sufficiently realistic, to preclude the belief in an absolute innocence that would guarantee that there are some of us who could not possibly slip into brutality or barbarism.
Graham, presumably, didn’t mean to liken his bill to barbarism.
Eight months into Trump’s presidency, we’ve gotten used to such barbarism.
There was much to be said for slavery as a transitional status between barbarism and civilization.
That movement includes people who have consistently chipped away at the top as well as the bottom of the barbarism of their forebears.
The civilized world wants to end the carnage in Venezuela, but Cuba is the author of the barbarism.
In countless talks, Mr Marco brought tragic history to life, bearing witness to Nazi barbarism.
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