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noun as in humanity

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Our health care system will fail and the cost in human life will be high.

Daimler’s trucks division said in October it had invested in Luminar as part of a broader partnership to produce autonomous trucks capable of navigating highways without a human driver behind the wheel.

With an estimated 1 million to 2 million people placed in camps, human rights groups have called the situation in Xinjiang a cultural genocide.

To be by the fire feels comforting, primal and human in a way little else does right now.

Fortunately, many essential human characteristics, including free will, do not reduce to individual genes.

Through the tender humanness of her narrative Mrs. Mullins bids fair to gain a large audience for this intensely interesting work.

So long ago and longer I consciously owned an eerie quality which toppled over the edge of my humanness.

So Bella was fain to turn outward in search of nurturing matter whereon to feed her humanness.

But just let there be a smash-up or a stroke of bad luck and their shells crack and humanness just oozes out of them.

Here was a human soul that, save for the most glimmering of contacts, was beyond the humanness of me.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to humanness, such as: humankind, mankind, society, people, homo sapiens, and human beings.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.