inhuman

[ in-hyoo-muhn or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhuman

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHUMAN

No; these telegraph poles are ugly and detestable, they are inhuman and indecent.

He had dared to hope he might avert an invasion by this inhuman horde.

It meant so much—just that little change in your voice when you forgot to be inhuman.

The plane trembled like a live thing in the grip of inhuman forces.

Your conduct is inhuman to thus persecute a helpless girl, your daughter.

It was unearthly, and the men were—No, they were not inhuman.

I'm not so inhuman as not to want to see this disaster in the Pass wiped out.

This vile man had been guilty of the most inhuman atrocities.

You needn't apologize for your great delicacy in the perception of inhuman evil.

All these statements Ricardo confirmed by short, inhuman grins.

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