Synonyms for Barbaric:

adj.

aggressive (adjective)
offensive.
barbarian (adjective)
primitive.
crude, savage (adjective)
wild, coarse, graceless, rude, tasteless, brutal, vulgar, barbarian, primitive, cruel, uncivilized, rough, boorish.
murderous (adjective)
bloodthirsty.
pitiless (adjective)
cruel, brutal, unforgiving, uncompassionate, unmerciful, inhumane, demoniac, hellish, pitiless, Fiendish, dog-eat-dog, ruthless, unpitying, bloodthirsty, stony, merciless, cutthroat, unfeeling, hardhearted, unsympathetic.
untamed (adjective)
wild.
vulgar (adjective)
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.
primitive (noun)
unrestrained, primitive.

Other synonyms:

uncultured. uncultivated, churlish. uncivil. uncivilized
uncivilized, primitive.

Usage examples for barbaric

  1. " 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
  2. Lowrie, who lived in a semi- barbaric splendor, in an imposing house on the bank of the Mississippi, where he kept slaves, bringing them from and returning them to his Tennessee estate, at his convenience, and no man saying him nay. – Half a Century by Jane Grey Cannon Swisshelm
  3. At the same instant the barbaric and repulsive creature's automobile, about as large as a railway carriage, drove up and forced my frail cab down the street. – The Matador of the Five Towns and Other Stories by Arnold Bennett