- not humane; lacking humanity, kindness, compassion, etc.
Origin of inhumane
Related Words for inhumaneunrelenting, implacable, inexorable, barbarous, harsh, ruthless, callous, severe, grim, unyielding, cruel, fierce, unforgiving, relentless, unsparing, inhumane, murderous, atrocious, inhuman, brutal
Examples from the Web for inhumane
Contemporary Examples of inhumane
Not to those in power, not to the cruel and inhumane, not to the wealthy.Jesus Wasn’t Born Rich. Think About It.
December 25, 2014
Sir, Mr. Davutoğlu, in the meantime, with its inhumane actions, ISIS commits atrocities.Dear Turkish PM: It’s Time to Act to Save Kobani’s Kurds
October 8, 2014
Most of these institutions were inhumane, and advocates had been writing for more than 100 years urging for their closure.Government Has Failed the Mentally Ill
September 1, 2014
“We were told his conditions were horrific and inhumane,” one Congressional aid told The Daily Beast.4 of ‘Taliban 5’ Will Likely Fight Again, U.S. Spies Say
Eli Lake, Kimberly Dozier
June 9, 2014
The capricious and inhumane imprisoning of the feminist activists from Pussy Riot.How to Justify Russian Aggression
March 9, 2014
Historical Examples of inhumane
To do so brusque and, as it seemed to Hilary, so inhumane a thing was foreign to his nature.Fraternity
So the brawl passed with no other casualty than might seem comic to the inhumane.In the South Seas
Robert Louis Stevenson
The slaves were a caste, but the laws regarding them were exact and not inhumane.Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria
Or that it is the Prerogative of Lords to be unjust and inhumane?
A modern prison is always inhuman, even when it is not inhumane.All Things Considered
G. K. Chesterton