humanly

[ hyoo-muh n-lee or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanly
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMANLY

Sears had determined to trouble the judge as little as was humanly possible.

And yet, humanly speaking, it is the soundest and hardest of common sense.

Yet the men have all the comforts that it is humanly possible to obtain.

In other cities it was completed as far as humanly possible.

There is no fear (humanly speaking) of my moving for a long time yet.

Now this, humanly speaking, is impossible; natheless it is rare sport.

He did not see how it was humanly possible for anyone to forget this woman.

They are necessary to the action, and yet they are not humanly probable.

Clarke loved this girl, not as he had loved Adele, of course, but quite as humanly.

The constable thought as quickly as it was humanly possible for him to think.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1500, from human + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HUMANLY

socially

adverbwith regard to the welfare of mankind
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