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Use "barbarisms" in a sentence
"This was the state of the _Apocalypse_, till the thousand years being misunderstood, brought a prejudice against it: and _Dionysius_ of _Alexandria_, noting how it abounded with barbarisms, that is with"
"The following words bear so little resemblance to those for which they are substitutes, that we will treat them as grammatical "barbarisms," and translate them into English:"
"He even won a number of skirmishes with Dr. Samuel Johnson, the great English lexicographer, poet, and critic, who sneered at American words as "barbarisms" and the language of the Yankees as a "dialect," then a pejorative term."