barbaric

adjective unrestrained and crudely rich; `barbaric use of color or ornament`
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Barbaric

Bar·bar'ic (bär*băr'ĭk) adjective [ Latin barbaricus foreign, barbaric, Greek barbariko`s .] 1. Of, or from, barbarian nations; foreign; -- often with reference to barbarous nations of the east. ' Barbaric pearl and gold.' Milton. 2. Of or ...
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barbaric

barbaric 1. Without civilizing influences; uncivilized; primitive: 'barbaric invaders'. 2. Of, like, or befitting barbarians: 'a barbaric empire; barbaric practices'. 3. Marked by crudeness or lack of restraint in taste, style, or manner; such as, 'barbaric decorations'.
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barbaric

without civilizing influences
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barbaric

[adj] - unrestrained and crudely rich
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