fierce, ferocious, or cruel; untamed:
enraged or furiously angry, as a person.
wild or rugged, as country or scenery:
Archaic. uncultivated; growing wild.
an uncivilized human being.
a fierce, brutal, or cruel person.
a rude, boorish person.
a member of a preliterate society.
verb (used with object), savaged, savaging.
to assault and maul by biting, rending, goring, etc.; tear at or mutilate:
numerous sheep savaged by dogs.
to attack or criticize thoroughly or remorselessly; excoriate:
a play savaged by the critics.
wild; untamed: savage beasts of the jungle
ferocious in temper; vicious: a savage dog
uncivilized; crude: savage behaviour
(of peoples) nonliterate or primitive: a savage tribe
(of terrain) rugged and uncultivated
(obsolete) far from human habitation
a member of a nonliterate society, esp one regarded as primitive
a crude or uncivilized person
a fierce or vicious person or animal
to criticize violently
to attack ferociously and wound: the dog savaged the child
Michael Joseph. 1872-1940, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1935-40)
noun 1. barbarism; savagery.
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