Manners are what vex or soothe, corrupt or purify, exalt or debase, barbarize or refine us, by a constant, steady, uniform, insensible operation, like that of the air we breathe in.
Kirkeby evidently was not above barbarizing them with crude strokes and muddy patches of overpainting when they threatened to become too accessible.
The army identified wholeheartedly with the war against Bolshevism on the eastern front, and was deeply implicated in the atrocities to which the front's barbarization gave rise.
We can observe a barbarization on the part of the Palestinians, in the form of suicide bombers, forcing the IDF's response to become barbaric as well, such as in the assault on the Jenin Refugee Camp.
Is it too much to suggest that the tough line policies of the last decade have led to a criminalisation or barbarisation of parts of the ‘legitimate’ economy?’
It proposes a barbarising of the inside of a language (thus culture) such as is unavoidable for those coming to a culture from its outside.
The army itself was barbarized and turned into an instrument of sheer oppression.
Other races were infantilised or barbarised , or held up as object lessons in the perils of racial degeneration.
The fall of the Roman empire did not put an end to viticulture in Italy, but barbarization and economic collapse meant the disappearance of the market for fine wines.