But before she left, she had encapsulated our defense and humanized Diana B. in a single statement.
“They humanized [Kim Jong-Un] quite a bit,” David Brand, 32, said following the show.
It illustrated and humanized issues such as race, AIDS, eating disorders, prejudice, and addiction.
They could not have done so at their ease had the river not been humanized.
Perhaps you won't understand when I say it's as if she had humanized it.
Or if you are a poet, you may have a similar experience and reproduce it, humanized, in a poem.
The moral doctrine of Greek tragedy has not been changed, but humanized.
Rugged and superstitious at first, it is next harmonized and humanized, and ends at last in being merely artistic.
He longed for his old friend to be humanized and steadied by some deep romance.
Ideal office assistants try to make themselves into humanized machines.