inhumanity

[ in-hyoo-man-i-tee or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhumanity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHUMANITY

It is not humanity that disgusts us in the huge cities; it is inhumanity.

It was not inhumanity, but fear of the knout that hurried him away.

You accuse me of injustice—of what amounts to inhumanity—of cruelty?

Then he sobered, for her inhumanity to Esther seemed to him incredible.

But that passion is consistent with narrowness, bigotry, inhumanity.

It was the first time, perhaps, that she had misjudged Michael on the side of inhumanity.

The injustice, the cruelty, the inhumanity of such a punishment were very plain to her.

Where "man's inhumanity to man" will be thoroughly scrutinized.

I have saved it from their inhumanity: it has that about it which will pay your trouble.'

But "man's inhumanity to man" needed no pretext of philanthropy.

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