It is almost metaphysical music; pure ideas take visible form, humanise themselves in a new kind of ecstasy.
You are a young man that I should like to put in the witness-box, to humanise the minds of the legal profession.
Patrons of all the arts that humanise mankind—under your protection I place humanity herself!
One quality he had, which perhaps contributed to soften and humanise his nature—he was a devoted admirer of the gentler sex.
It would still be advisable to "humanise the governors of prisons, to civilise the warders, and to Christianise the Chaplains."
It has been claimed by a recent critic that Fichte was the first modern philosopher to humanise morals.
One such truth-teller is worth all the moralists and preachers who ever laboured to humanise mankind.
Let her alone; she is doing more in a few minutes to humanise these men than you or I could achieve in a year.
This law of evolution we cannot overthrow, we can only humanise its action.
The Panthon is a vast and dreary building, sadly in need of a little music and incense to humanise it.