humane

[ hyoo-meyn or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humane
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"For humane reasons," Demarest commented, nodding approbation.

The eventuality he had not foreseen had appalled him as a humane man and a fond husband.

History will some day do him justice, for he was good, humane, and confiding.

The shows will be given for the benefit of the Humane Society.

Hawkins and Drake were as devout and humane as other men of their time.

And even if the humane spirit of the age snatched him from death—what then?

But the light of true and humane religion is spreading a little.

And in that feeling there was a humane intention and a vague sense of the fitness of things.

The two new acquaintances hastened to applaud his humane indignation.

If there were no fools to skate on the Serpentine, there had been no Humane Society.

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