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  • as inbrutally
  • as incruelly
  • as insavagely

synonyms for inhumanly

  • ferociously
  • fiercely
  • mercilessly
  • relentlessly
  • ruthlessly
  • savagely
  • viciously
  • atrociously
  • barbarically
  • barbarously
  • brutishly
  • callously
  • demoniacally
  • diabolically
  • ferally
  • hardheartedly
  • heartlessly
  • in cold blood
  • inexorably
  • inhumanely
  • meanly
  • murderously
  • pitilessly
  • remorselessly
  • something fierce
  • something terrible
  • unkindly
  • unrelentingly

antonyms for inhumanly

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  • gently
  • humanely
  • kindly
  • nicely
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      How to use inhumanly in a sentence

      Give me none of your logical madness; whatever standard you adopt, do not reason so inhumanly.
      MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
      Yea, in the full gaze of inhumanly large policemen would he do these things.
      BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
      In this way they showed that they knew they had acted not only inhumanly but foolishly.
      THE POST OF HONOURRICHARD WILSON
      For you have treated me so inhumanly, that I have some reason to resent it.
      DRYDEN'S WORKS VOL. 3 (OF 18)JOHN DRYDEN
      Her moral worth holds man in some restraint and preserves his ways from becoming inhumanly corrupt.
      AIMS AND AIDS FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMENGEORGE SUMNER WEAVER
      The flourishing city of Mentz was surprised and destroyed; and many thousand Christians were inhumanly massacred in the church.
      THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
      The queen of the Suevi bewailed the death of a husband inhumanly massacred by her brother.
      THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
      No one unaided, could be quite so inhumanly vacuous as the audiences in the theatres expected him to be.
      THE BOOK OF THIS AND THATROBERT LYND
      Could it be possible that she was aware of her influence, and that she inhumanly trifled with this man's affection?
      BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 59, NO. 368, JUNE 1846VARIOUS
      It seemed to me that it could not be so unnaturally, so inhumanly still, if there were a living, breathing creature there.
      THE MOTOR MAIDALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON AND CHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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