subhuman

[ suhb-hyoo-muh n or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF subhuman

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Only some subhuman could bring himself to study such things.

In their fleeting and impersonal character, however, they are subhuman.

They were things of beauty, but it was a beauty strange, menacing, subhuman.

Man was superhuman in power and glory, subhuman in morality.

It seems a strange ending for an angel-song, a far drop from the superhuman to the subhuman.

And St. Cyr, also too subhuman to be impressed by urbanity, hit Martin a clout on the jaw.

Most Albanian families charged refugee families an average of 500 DM a month for their accommodation in subhuman conditions.

Subhuman instinct can learn nothing, but is perfect from the first within its impassable limits.

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