humanities

[ hyoo-man-i-tee or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanities
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A word, however, for the humanities before we speak of their abiding-place.

West asks for a wider recognition of the humanities after the war.

We hear a certain group of studies called the humanities, and it is right.

But the best school in the humanities for every man is in his own house.

They have affected the mores of the class educated in the "humanities" since the Renaissance.

At Oxford, I said, no doubt the Humanities still hold the first place.

Well, sir, and are not those the humanities, or are you as ignorant as your friend here?

So, sir, I am told by your friend there, that you are fond of the humanities.

At nineteen he was made professor of the humanities at Dijon.

For a couple of hours he instructed me in what he was pleased to call the humanities.

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