humans

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

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Humans are funniest when they weep and tremble before, like you say, 'the facts in the case.'

Things on your Earth—which the humans create for themselves—but that is very silly.

He liked to pretend that he carried on a conversation, like humans.

Robots aren't really inferior to humans, in fact they're superior in most things.

I'd as soon set down with a—a rattlesnake as I would with some humans.

An instinct to keep the air in the ship for the other trapped humans lying there.

But this sort of business is the work of humans as sure as you're born.

Just as the humans had used horses and cattle, the newcomers so used the humans.

Wasn't there any difference at all between the Star-beings and the humans, papa?

Then, papa, everything was peaceful on Earth after the An-vils enslaved the humans?

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