unhuman

ADJECTIVE
  1. divested of human qualities or attributes
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How To Use unhuman In A Sentence

  • Thus the students have become the machine of study while the teachers have become the machine of teaching. Education has become the unhuman-based skills training.
  • Dixon's capacity for work seemed positively unhuman to Watt: ‘He prepares a case and argues it extremely well, whatever his particular personal views.’
  • If you will have that precision out of them, and make their fingers measure degrees like cog-wheels, and their arms strike curves like compasses, you must unhumanize them. Selections From the Works of John Ruskin
  • The very human frontal face of the bellows worker, for instance, is contradicted by the unhuman frontal masks hanging on the wall of the foundry.
  • She squeezed the hand, the unhumanly graceful, beloved hand, for a long moment - If I Pay Thee Not In Gold
  • A grim meaning rose in the vacuous eye of Lovel; Isaacs caressed his diamond pin, smiling in a sickly fashion; McNamara's wandering stare fixed and grew unhumanly bright; Ufert openly dropped his hand on his gun-butt and stood sullenly defiant. Trailin'!
  • He can trapan a Jephthah into a vow and solemn oath, and then bind him, under fear of perjury, to perform it by an horrid and unhuman murder. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III.
  • Palestinians are being made refugees to this day, the bombing of homes, the gradual push of illegal housing projects, the ghetto wall dividing Palestinians from their land and Income and recently the unhumane blockade resulting in the area becoming an unhabitable place thus resulting in Palestinians having to flee to avoid the dire situation. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • Zacharians stared at the carnivore form that sped unhumanly fast down their streets, a bundle under an arm. The Game Of Empire
  • He was cut off by a frightening noise: an unhuman, ear-shattering scream of terror and pain.
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