humanized

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

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But as he saw how eager I was to feel his view and become enthused, by degrees he humanized it all.

Perhaps you won't understand when I say it's as if she had humanized it.

They could not have done so at their ease had the river not been humanized.

Alcamenes represented him as a sort of humanized Zeus or Jupiter.

The sea is humanized and redeemed somewhat by the presence of these workers.

Something is wanting to science, until it has been humanized.

The moral doctrine of Greek tragedy has not been changed, but humanized.

He longed for his old friend to be humanized and steadied by some deep romance.

There is a time to come—better than this because it is to come—when the family, humanized, will be human.

Divinity, our idea of the, humanized by the Christian religion.