inhumane[ in-hyoo-meyn or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhumane
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHUMANE
To do so brusque and, as it seemed to Hilary, so inhumane a thing was foreign to his nature.
So the brawl passed with no other casualty than might seem comic to the inhumane.
The slaves were a caste, but the laws regarding them were exact and not inhumane.
Or that it is the Prerogative of Lords to be unjust and inhumane?
A modern prison is always inhuman, even when it is not inhumane.
For bodilie punishments we allow amongst us none that are inhumane, Barbarous, or cruell.
On the evolutionary basis you may be inhumane, or you may be absurdly humane; but you cannot be human.
For if he was an inhumane old gentleman (and I am afraid it is a fact that he was inhumane), he was also perfectly intrepid.
Then his inhumane criticism of poor, stumbling mankind's foibles might be tempered.
A memory hangs about me of the House in the early afternoon, an inhumane desolation inhabited almost entirely by silk hats.