Synonyms for Barbaric:
•crude, savage (adjective)
wild, coarse, graceless, rude, tasteless, brutal, vulgar, barbarian, primitive, cruel, uncivilized, rough, boorish.
cruel, brutal, unforgiving, uncompassionate, unmerciful, inhumane, demoniac, hellish, pitiless, Fiendish, dog-eat-dog, ruthless, unpitying, bloodthirsty, stony, merciless, cutthroat, unfeeling, hardhearted, unsympathetic.
glaring, boorish, idiomatic, tawdry, cockney, offensive, low, raw, undignified, homespun, coarse-grained, graceless, shameless, colloquial, crude, sleazy, depraved, tasteless, indelicate, base, vulgar, tactless, rude, rank, degraded, barnyard, profane, ignominious, repulsive, animal, obscene, philistine, salty, common, earthy, brutish, inelegant, rough, broad, unseemly, gaudy, ill-bred, gross, cheap, unrefined, unbecoming, crass, chintzy, sordid, ignoble, clumsy, brazen, unpolished, revolting, outlandish, coarse, in bad taste, garish, scandalous.
n.hateful, monstrous, awful, evil, hard, unkind, uncharitable. uncivil, primitive, uncultivated, uncultured, culture. churlish, smooth, courtesy. •barbaric (noun)
in poor taste, noncivilised, savage, barbarian, noncivilized, uncivilised, uncivilized, tasteless, wild.
Usage examples for barbaric
" Mademoiselle," the young man went on almost timidly- how handsome he looked as he stood there bending over her in his semi- barbaric Tartar uniform! – The Beckoning Hand and Other Stories The Beckoning Hand--Lucretia--The Third Time--The Gold Wulfric--My Uncle's Will--The Two Carnegies--Olga Davidoff's Husband--John Cann's Treasure--Isaline and I--Professor Milliter's Dilemma--In Strict Confidence--The by Grant Allen