verb (used with object), de·hu·man·ized, de·hu·man·iz·ing.
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Lohse rushes Sigma Alpha Epsilon, gets a bid, endures pledge term, and then submits to the dehumanizing rigors of Hell Night.
As air travel becomes increasingly frustrating and dehumanizing, the dream of personal aerial transport tempts the imagination.I Want My Damn Hoverboard! 12 Movie Inventions That Should Exist|Rich Goldstein|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
LONDON—You want to know how awful, futile, and dehumanizing war is?‘Fury’: A Ludicrous WWII Movie More Violent Than ‘Inglourious Basterds’|Nico Hines|October 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While the lack of dialogue has many roots, the dehumanizing rhetoric at the heart of the revolution is one of its main causes.
Because why not give "Person of the Year" to the head of soul-crushing, dehumanizing Communism's global redoubt?Kim Jong-Un: Handsome, Rich, and (I Hope) Time's Person of the Year|Justin Green|December 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And this is like in kind to the dehumanizing of all functions in the vast institutions of modern times.
To those songs I trace my first glimmering conception of the dehumanizing character of slavery.The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass|Frederick Douglass
There is also the dehumanizing of the relations between master and man.
In this dehumanizing business Field was only doing what the entire commercial aristocracy the world over was doing.History of the Great American Fortunes, Vol. I|Myers Gustavus
Such are extreme poverty and the dehumanizing of social relations.