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(of an animal or force of nature) Fierce, violent, and uncontrolled,
  1. (of an animal or force of nature) Fierce, violent, and uncontrolled
    • - tales of a savage beast
    • - a week of savage storms
  2. Cruel and vicious; aggressively hostile
    • - they launched a savage attack on the budget
  3. (chiefly in historical or literary contexts) Primitive; uncivilized

  4. (of a place) Wild-looking and inhospitable; uncultivated

  5. (of something bad or negative) Very great; severe
    • - this would deal a savage blow to the government's fight
  1. (esp. of a dog or wild animal) Attack ferociously and maul
    • - ewes savaged by marauding dogs
  2. Subject to a vicious verbal attack; criticize brutally
    • - Fowler savaged her in his next review
  1. (chiefly in historical or literary contexts) A member of a people regarded as primitive and uncivilized

  2. A brutal or vicious person
    • - the mother of one of the victims has described his assailants as savages

  1. a member of an uncivilized people
  2. attack brutally and fiercely
  3. barbarous: (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering; "a barbarous crime"; "brutal beatings"; "cruel tortures"; "Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks"; "a savage slap"; "vicious kicks"
  4. beast: a cruelly rapacious person
  5. criticize harshly or violently; "The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
  6. feral: wild and menacing; "a pack of feral dogs"
  7. Savage was a heavy metal band from Suffern, New York.
  8. Thomas Staughton Savage (1804-1880) was an American Protestant clergyman, missionary, physician and naturalist. Born June 7, 1804 in Cromwell, Connecticut, died December 27, 1880 in Rinebeck, New York. First marriage to Susan A. ...
  9. Savage is a passenger rail station on the MARC Camden Line between Washington, DC and Baltimore's Camden Station. ...
  10. Demetrius Savelio (born June 28, 1981), better known by his stage name Savage, is a New Zealand, rapper and a former member of the hip hop music group The Deceptikonz. ...
  11. Savage is a family name that may refer to: * Anne Savage (disambiguation), several people * Augusta Savage (born 1892), African-American sculptor of the Harlem Renaissance * Chantay Savage, R&B/dance singer * Charles Roscoe Savage (1832–1909), British-born landscape and portrait photographer * ...
  12. Savage is an action video game developed by Probe Software and published by Firebird Software in 1988 for ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST and DOS. In 1989 Firebird published a version for the Amiga.
  13. Savage is the title of a video album by the British pop duo Eurythmics, released in 1988. It is a companion video to their 1987 music album of the same name.
  14. Vivastations are stops on the Viva bus rapid transit system of York Region Transit, which provides service to the inhabitants of the Regional Municipality of York, immediately north of the City of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. ...
  15. Savage! is a 1973 American blaxploitation film directed by Cirio H. Santiago. The film deals with a strapping young black mercenary blowing stuff up in the jungle.
  16. The Savage is a 1952 Western film directed by George Marshall and starring Charlton Heston. Much of the film was shot in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
  17. (Savages (1974 film)) Savages is an American TV movie based on the book Deathwatch by Robb White. It stars Andy Griffith as Madec and Sam Bottoms as Ben.
  18. An uncivilized or feral human; a barbarian; A defiant person; To attack or assault someone or something ferociously or without restraint; To criticise vehemently; To attack with the teeth; wild; not cultivated; barbaric; not civilized; fierce and ferocious; brutal, vicious, or merciless
  19. (Savages) (1972) .... Iliona, a Decadent
  20. (Savages) Men who like to go to war.
  21. (savages) Societies engaged in either hunting and gathering for subsistence or in migratory cultivation; not as stratified or specialized as civilized and nomadic societies. (p. 23)
  22. brilliant, great e.g I went to see a savage match yesterday
  23. This season could be a record for us in terms of number of players signed.  The defender will still come, and then replacements for Cesc/Nasri – that’s going to be a long-list of arrivals.
  24. To attempt to bite another horse.
  25. The eighty-five percent (and in some cases the ten percent) of the population who lack or misuse "knowledge of self" are categorized as unlearned, ignorant savages who need to be led.