inhumanely

[ in-hyoo-meyn or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhumanely
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St. George, inhumanely blessing the circumstance, slipped something in the old man's hand and sprang up the stairs.

This lingering remnant was, therefore, inhumanely treated and driven into the wilderness without provisions and without shelter.

Poor Pearson was inhumanely mangled on the face as he lay on his back.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Latin inhumanus (see inhuman). Originally a variant spelling and pronunciation of inhuman, it appears to have died out 17c. but been revived c.1822 as a negative form of humane.

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