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Definition of Barbarically
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Literary usage of Barbarically
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1. The Saxon and the Celt: A Study in Sociology by John Mackinnon Robertson (1897)
"... because he had to deal with populations barbarically averse to organisation. The very movement of the Teutonic peoples into Gaul and Italy, indeed, ..."
2. A Short History of English Literature by George Saintsbury (1898)
"... be superfluous or impertinent to say that Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius, as his barbarically assorted travesty of the old Roman nomenclature went, ..."
3. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"Not less characteristic of its splendidly gifted and barbarically untameable author are the autobiographical memoirs which he composed, beginning them in . ..."
4. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1921)
"Likewise, in the XVth Century Russian number, a barbarically jewelled court rubbed shoulders with the peasantry of ..."
5. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1908)
"In fact, he follows the usual lines, with occasional indulgence in the curiously, and rather barbarically, but sometimes not unpleasantly, ornate style ..."