verb (used with object), hu·man·ized, hu·man·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), hu·man·ized, hu·man·iz·ing.
- humanistic psychology,
Origin of humanize
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“They humanized [Kim Jong-Un] quite a bit,” David Brand, 32, said following the show.I Was Honeydicked Into Spending Christmas with ‘The Interview’|Allison McNearney|December 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But before she left, she had encapsulated our defense and humanized Diana B. in a single statement.My First Autopsy Report: Excerpt From David Berg’s ‘Run, Brother, Run’`|David Berg|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It illustrated and humanized issues such as race, AIDS, eating disorders, prejudice, and addiction.
Both God and nature are in turn spiritualized and humanized.Contemporary Russian Novelists|Serge Persky
Given the human teacher, the human child, and the humanized teaching, the vitalized school is inevitable.The Vitalized School|Francis B. Pearson
I have therefore presented the Brownies as beings with humanized affections, passions and methods reflected in miniature.Old Farm Fairies:|Henry Christopher McCook
Something is wanting to science, until it has been humanized.
There they worked magic, were humanized themselves, while they spiritualized the human being in whose brain they lodged.Barbara Lynn|Emily J. Jenkinson