verb (used with object), de·hu·man·ized, de·hu·man·iz·ing.
Related formsde·hu·man·i·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for dehumanize
There are a number of words people use to verbally attack, dehumanize, and other transgender women like me.
Epps is, in many ways, a false prophet who uses religion as a means to dehumanize what he calls his “property.”Michael Fassbender Opens Up About ‘12 Years A Slave,’ Religion, and Assassin’s Creed|Marlow Stern|October 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The way they justify their abuse is that they dehumanize them.Wilfred de Bruijn and France’s Scary Gay-Marriage Backlash|Janine di Giovanni|April 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Such despicable nonsense is spouted for one reason: to dehumanize Palestinians.What Evangelicals Get Wrong About Israel and the Palestinians|Kirsten Powers|November 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Before the killing are the words that dehumanize the “Other.”Raoul Wallenberg’s World War II Heroism a Lesson for World Doing Nothing About Syria|Kati Marton|March 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We dehumanize the universe, but we do not render it the less grand and mysterious.The Breath of Life|John Burroughs
But Mr. Kingsley refuses to dehumanize himself in order to become historian and philosopher.