humanness

[ hyoo-muh n or, often, yoo‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanness

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It is the scene that brings the humanness of the great tragedy most closely home to us.

He was too wildly incomprehensible with his changes from humanness to folly.

Time must be devoted to knowing and experiencing our humanness.

There is certainly depth and mystery; but there is humanness and tenderness as well.

The rarest thing in the world, I find, is the quality of humanness.

They are peculiarly of my mind, my humanness, and they are useful therein.

But the lyric poetry is the true luminous and bloody interpreting of humanness.

And a fascination in it tempers my humanness with an evil-feeling power.

He is distinctly and excessively male, at the expense of his humanness.

He was inclined to like her better for what he would have called her humanness.

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