human

[ hyoo-muh n or, often, yoo‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF human

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMAN

It had the pure and placid expression of the human soul, when it dwells in love and peace.

But then, I always was a terrible poor judge of human nature.

Even the village was too human, too modern, for his early-pagan mood.

We do not know how or why or when the human race began its career upon this Earth.

It will not be sufficient that the rash counsels of human passion are rejected.

We sense the call of the human heart for fellowship, fraternity, and cooperation.

And then she saw, on the sofa at one side of the place, a human form under a sheet.

Freedom is one of the deepest and noblest aspirations of the human spirit.

Every victory for human freedom will be a victory for world peace.

Human freedom is on the march, and nowhere more so than our own hemisphere.

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