barbarize

[v] - become crude or savage or barbaric in behavior or language 2. [v] - make crude or savage in behavior or speech
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Barbarize

Bar'ba·rize intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Barbarized ; present participle & verbal noun Barbarizing ] 1. To become barbarous. « The Roman empire was barbarizing rapidly from the time of Trajan.�
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Barbarize

Bar'ba·rize transitive verb [ Confer French barbariser , Late Latin barbarizare .] To make barbarous. « The hideous changes which have barbarized France. Burke. »
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barbarize

1. To become barbarous. 'The Roman empire was barbarizing rapidly from the time of Trajan.' (De Quincey) ... 2. To adopt a foreign or barbarous mode of speech. 'The ill habit . . . Of wretched barbarizing against the Latin and Greek idiom, with their untutored Anglicisms.' (Milton) ... Origin: Barbarized; Barbarizing. ... Source: Websters Dictionar
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barbarize

barbarise verb make crude or savage in behavior or speech; `his years in prison have barbarized the young man`
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Barbarize

• (v. t.) To make barbarous. • (v. i.) To become barbarous. • (v. i.) To adopt a foreign or barbarous mode of speech.
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barbarize

barbarize 1. To make crude or savage in behavior or speech. 2. To become crude or savage or barbaric in behavior or language.
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