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savage

1. (of peoples) nonliterate or primitive
2. (of terrain) rugged and uncultivated
3. a member of a nonliterate society, esp one regarded as primitive

Savage

Michael Joseph. 1872-1940, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1935-40)
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Rayagada (Odisha) [India], July 15 ( ANI ): A software engineer from Hyderabad, who was spending his holiday in Odisha's Rayagada district, was allegedly attacked by unknown persons, who were savagely beating a cattle in the middle of the jungle.
Philip Spence savagely beat |three sisters as they slept with their young children
a "In trying to calm down situation and prevent it from escalating, the victim was savagely beaten.
After Walsh was caged for life yesterday, Mrs Rankin's daughter Emily said: "Mammy was savagely and persistently beaten, clumps of hair were violently pulled out by the roots.
Summary: Defeated presidential candidate Mehdi Karroubi claimed several of the protesters jailed following Iran's June unrest have been savagely raped as a leading lawmaker said Monday the illegal entry
A GRIEVING grandad was savagely beaten by masked raiders in his own bed.
Not a day passes without a fabulous contribution from the caring among us, those for whom this sceptred isle is the only refuge, from which we cannot (will not) run, which we treasure immensely and grieve to see it abused so savagely by infidels both at home and across the English Channel.
A NURSE who avoided a jail sentence for savagely attacking his wife has been struck off.
A man has been jailed for life after savagely beating up another man eight years ago at a flat in Birmingham, leaving him in a coma.
The pair savagely kicked the toddler in the head and bludgeoned him with an iron bar.
A woman who was savagely beaten, raped and left for dead while teaching in Japan has told of her horror attack.
You may remember their son, Daniel Pearl, the journalist who was savagely beheaded by the Taliban while in Afghanistan working for The Wall Street Journal.