more inhuman

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What formed there, more inhuman from Its likeness to humanity?

What could be more inhuman than this consequence of a partial enjoyment of education!

They lie who call him traitor, and you, more cruel and more inhuman than all, you lie also!

Among the miscreants none was more inhuman than Jake Golcher, the Tory.

What could be more inhuman than to cause benefits to result in cruelty?

It was more inhuman and debasing than my first physical examination in public.

Therefore says Seneca, "I have become more avaricious, and more cruel, and more inhuman because I was among men."

And after all, what can be more inhuman—what more cruel, than the very principles of the workhouse system?

It was a sight that seemed to make yet more inhuman the untimely and unmerited fate of that innocent boy.

Never did a king prove a greater tyrant or more inhuman and cruel than James II.