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Correct spelling for BARBARIEN
We think the word barbarien is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for barbarien
- Barbarian(Definition of barbarian)
- Barren(Definition of barren)
- Barbering(Definition of Barbering)
- Barbaric(Definition of barbaric)
- Barbarize(Definition of barbarize)
- Barbary(Definition of barbary)
- Barbadian(Definition of barbadian)
- Barbarity(Definition of barbarity)
That's another mark of the barbarian."
Milly imagined that somehow those evil-looking barbarians had got loose from the stockyards and might descend at any moment upon the defenceless city in a howling mob, as she had read of their doing in her history books.
A weird sort of barbaric stateliness is given to the place by the twisted and tapering pillars that rise at the several corners, with colossal masques carven at the top and the sky showing through the eye-hollows, as the flame of torches must often have shown at night.
I know not why i should be thought likely to add anything to the load of barbadian afflictions.
They are still in the most civilized times the model of politeness to all their neighbors, though they occasionally discover the remains of their levity, petulance, and barbarity.
Met there the duc de gramont, duc and duchesse de guiche, colonel and lady barbara craufurd, and count valeski.