humanitarian[ hyoo-man-i-tair-ee-uh n or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanitarian
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His life has been that of his century—progressive, liberal, humanitarian in its trend.
It explodes our humanitarian theories by a series of well-directed mines.
Nor was it a progressive step only on the humanitarian side.
But though it tended to be egalitarian it did not, of itself, tend to be humanitarian.
This ambiguity enters into all the phrases which are humanitarian.
She may, if she is a humanitarian, love all mankind; but she does not respect it.
Fellow—no doubt—that would ride off on his ideas, humanitarian!
Let a person still dare to speak to me of its "humanitarian" blessings!
It totally neglects the humanitarian education of the young men.
He had "the humanitarian spirit; he understood the priesthood of Art."
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