It is a creepy sound, inhumanly high-pitched and strangely clipped and emphatic: “S-s-eeg maheevoh s-s-speeree.”
To see all this was at the time, I remember, to be as inhumanly amused as if one had found one could create something.
"One must die sooner or later," moralised Hercule inhumanly.
inhumanly beaten, they often fall sacrifices to the turbulent tempers of their masters!
He caused no less than 80,000 of its inhabitants to be inhumanly butchered.
He called his literary idol, Wordsworth, "inhumanly arrogant."
He was inhumanly innocent, and it was almost like feedin a baby chalk and water.
Could it be possible that she was aware of her influence, and that she inhumanly trifled with this man's affection?
They use them as beasts of burden, and 125 treat them most inhumanly.
The Vorkuls, with their inhumanly powerful, sinuous bodies, were scarcely affected by the shock of that frightful fall.