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synonyms for humanize

  • civilize
  • tame
  • cultivate
  • refine
  • teach
  • temper
See also synonyms for: humanized / humanizing
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She hopes her work will serve to humanize the millions caught in refugee crises around the world—people who have lost “a place to call home, people they can connect with, and a direction or purpose.”
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They can humanize injustice, underline the stakes, and present a vision for a better world.
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I hadn’t known where he was, and at that point, I wanted to humanize him.
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Beyond that, the opinions reporters and columnists share on platforms like Twitter allow readers to further humanize the people who create the content they read, making it feel like relationships are forming.
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While these tidbits were humanizing and an interesting change of pace, they soon wore out their welcome, turning into a slew of interchangeable information dumps.
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Highly relevant ads coupled with Facebook’s ability to humanize brands make this network almost universally applicable.
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To reach that goal, embracing a trio of essential human attributes—purpose, potential, and perspective—can humanize work and create lasting value for the workforce, and throughout the organization and society at large.
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Client services was easier, you humanize the person you’re going to yell at through an email.
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The state of Minnesota allows for this kind of testimony to humanize a crime victim for a jury.
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Throughout her career, she hopes to continue examining class-based inequities through narrative reporting that humanizes the data.
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WORDS RELATED TO HUMANIZE

  • acculturate
  • acquaint
  • advance
  • better
  • cultivate
  • edify
  • educate
  • elevate
  • enlighten
  • ennoble
  • enrich
  • ethicize
  • foster
  • help forward
  • humanize
  • idealize
  • improve
  • indoctrinate
  • inform
  • instruct
  • polish
  • promote
  • reclaim
  • refine
  • sophisticate
  • spiritualize
  • tame
  • uplift
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