inhumanly[ in-hyoo-muhn or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhumanly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHUMANLY
The Kazan police treated me just as inhumanly as I expected.
These they inhumanly massacred, and burnt their dwellings to the ground.
Has it been noticed how inhumanly immoral this great poet is?
"One must die sooner or later," moralised Hercule inhumanly.
This, indeed, is natural in men who have so inhumanly neglected them.
He tried to stare back at her with the intolerability of the inhumanly inoculated.
He caused no less than 80,000 of its inhabitants to be inhumanly butchered.
He was inhumanly innocent, and it was almost like feedin a baby chalk and water.
They use them as beasts of burden, and 125 treat them most inhumanly.
In this way they showed that they knew they had acted not only inhumanly but foolishly.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR INHUMANLY
- in cold blood
- something fierce
- something terrible