Barbaric in a sentence

Barbaric Meaning:

savage; primitive; brutal.

President Barack Obama condemned the killing of British-born U.S. citizen as barbaric.

Mr. Biden rightly considered the terrorist actions barbaric.

This attack against civilians is nothing short of a barbaric act of terrorism.”

Ransom is at first fearful of being killed in a barbaric rite by monstrous Martians.

These barbaric acts could tip the commitments of support from the civilized world.

This a criminal, barbaric act which has no place in any religion or humanity.

Cornwell condemns the whole process as a barbaric punishment.

We live in an age that’s just as barbaric as mediaeval times.

The river was despotic and barbaric, ruling over its subjects without mercy.

The way the whales are killed is nothing short of barbaric.

This barbaric treatment of animals has no place in any decent society.

It’s a devastating and barbaric act that defies all comprehension.

It was more barbaric and sinister than one could have imagined.