To take that position right now means one is saying one wants to live in a barbaric, ugly world where every designer is done for.
I was really enjoying myself, completely forgetting about the barbaric acts that were occurring in my mouth.
Rome wants and needs to be a capital of dialogue and peace, not a barbaric battleground.
All those messy emotions, the obsessive thoughts, the clenched teeth, are considered boorish and barbaric.
Of course, should the latter suggestion come to fruition, some would welcome it as a victory over a barbaric form of punishment.
Down the center of the street advanced a gaudy procession headed by a barbaric priestess.
A reward of four pounds was offered for this barbaric creature.
He was a barbaric and war-like figure and the girls unconsciously shrunk back as he danced by them.
He liked the barbaric touch in the many rings which bedecked her fingers.
The trading spirit rose and flourished, and the barbaric hereditary jurisdictions were abolished.
late 15c., "uncultured, uncivilized, unpolished," from French barbarique (15c.), from Latin barbaricus "foreign, strange, outlandish," from Greek barbarikos "like a foreigner," from barbaros "foreign, rude" (see barbarian). Meaning "pertaining to barbarians" is from 1660s.