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humaneness

noun as in humanism

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Much like Instagram Stories, the stories feature on LinkedIn is the perfect way to show what goes on behind the scenes and gives you the chance to share the more humane side of your business.

Sure, it’s claimed that they’ll make food production better—more humane, more reliable, more efficient.

“Putting hundreds of people to a room has never been a particularly humane solution to homelessness and during a pandemic of an infectious disease, it is not a particularly humane solution to homelessness,” Doran said.

In Portugal, full decriminalization has proven more humane and effective than criminalization.

Hetheru said she was pleasantly surprised by the humane police response in a neighborhood often overlooked by city officials and to hear from police that they had given just one citation and made two arrests in the process.

These privileges granted the prisoners demonstrate the humaneness of the prison officials.

In all this we mark the large and rational humaneness of the new time, a tolerant and kindly and elevating estimate of men.

One is inclined to ask whether the abounding compassion and humaneness of the Book of Job fails at this point.

His humaneness to our men who had fallen into his hands caused many of them to shed tears at the intelligence of his death.

In reality, their sentimental humaneness was simply the obverse of their revolutionary passivity.

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On this page you'll find 123 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to humaneness, such as: affection, agape, altruism, amity, attachment, and benevolence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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