[ US /ˈhjumənnəs/ ]
[ UK /hjˈuːmənnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being human
    he feared the speedy decline of all manhood
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How To Use humanness In A Sentence

  • He criticized the Buddhist ontology , humanness of Buddhism, ethics and idolatry of Buddhism.
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  • It's true that many modern philosophies predicate humanness on the ability to reason.
  • Your loved one's idiosyncrasies or imperfect traits become endearing reminders of their realness, humanness.
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  • Personally, I'm for ending all whale harvesting, not because of any humanness but for the same reason I don't think we should hunt aardwolves or rhinos. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Those qualities - darkness and humanness - would become common themes in his work.
  • He was an exemplar of dedication, a hero who never lost his humanness.
  • Simon's frail, drifting voice is the emotional key to the music, undercutting the epic strokes of his guitar with a sort of wonderstruck humanness.
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