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OTHER WORDS FROM inhumanein·hu·mane·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH inhumaneinhuman, inhumane
Example sentences from the Web for inhumane
The industrial revolution unleashed new forces of productivity but at the cost of inhumane working conditions, leading to the creation of unions, labor laws, and the foundations of the political party structures of modern democracies.
One city council member in Ohio recently went so far as to suggest that microchipping people would be a suitable alternative, saying that chipping pretrial detainees “can’t be inhumane because we do it to our pets.”Covid-19 has led to a worrisome uptick in the use of electronic ankle monitors|Amy Nordrum|October 8, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Poor Pearson was inhumanely mangled on the face as he lay on his back.A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion|William Dobein James
This lingering remnant was, therefore, inhumanely treated and driven into the wilderness without provisions and without shelter.Wilford Woodruff|Matthias F. Cowley
St. George, inhumanely blessing the circumstance, slipped something in the old man's hand and sprang up the stairs.Romance Island|Zona Gale