humanize

[ hyoo-muh-nahyz or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanize

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Let us look on this scene a moment; it may humanize our feelings.

These cruelties will have a tendency to humanize Christianity.

What can be done to humanize his lot, he does with great skill.

Which are harder to humanize, in everybody, than any deepest deeps.

Their chief end is to socialize and humanize individual men.

He helped to civilize the church and to humanize the people.

But the crucial question is—how big a house can she humanize?

The more we humanize literature the greater art does it become.

Thus are women working, women of all classes, to humanize the factory.

The white South must humanize the black not for the sake of the negro, but for the sake of itself.

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