humanizing

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

Synonyms for humanizing

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This may be one of the most humanizing of all the possible courses in biology.

There are only the humanizing features that we—myopically—attach to it.

The Christianity of that time had devotional but not humanizing power.

A lively artistic tradition is essential to the humanizing of politics.

Culture was the humanizing and refining influence of the Renaissance.

But this magic progress has not been used for the humanizing of society.

The secret of the charm resides in the humanizing of the tones of the bells.

After all, some great sorrow is surely essential to the humanizing of every soul.

Sisterly love was the one humanizing tie in that broken family.

They are joined together in the humanizing bonds of fellowship.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from human + -ize. Related: Humanized; humanizing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HUMANIZING

cultural

adjectiveeducational, enlightening
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