Thesaurus / humanize
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It isn't child's play, it isn't sport where it is necessary to blend barbarity and humanity so as to conciliate and humanize them.

Patrons of all the arts that humanize mankind, under your protection I place humanity herself!

The knowledge that Aubrey had written them served to humanize him and remove his aloofness in her eyes.

GargoylesBen Hecht

Incident he uses with reserve, but with picturesque effects; figures do not dominate his landscape but humanize it.

Its influence has undoubtedly tended to broaden and humanize Moslem law.

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

The tendency to humanize the animals is more and more marked in all recent nature books that aim at popularity.

Ways of NatureJohn Burroughs

The savage tribes are never without the horse; the Scythians are all mounted; but the cow would tame and humanize them.

The GalaxyVarious

These cruelties will have a tendency to humanize Christianity.

Looking BackMerrick Abner Richardson

But, if this social power exists, why has it not sufficed hitherto to moralize, to humanize men?

God and the StateMikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin

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