Definitions

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  • adj. Opposed to humanity
  • adj. Describing an antibody that reacts with the immunoglobins found in humans.

Etymologies

anti- +‎ human (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Re: Hence, the benefits of a secular society, where we can incessantly dick with the intersection between the “nihilistic, unnatural, [and] antihuman” and the City of God, the better to make life in the here and now not suck.

    Matthew Yglesias » Iceland Bans Strip Clubs

  • We have no such right, and the very notion that we do is nihilistic, unnatural, antihuman.

    Matthew Yglesias » Iceland Bans Strip Clubs

  • Hence, the benefits of a secular society, where we can incessantly dick with the intersection between the “nihilistic, unnatural, [and] antihuman” and the City of God, the better to make life in the here and now not suck.

    Matthew Yglesias » Iceland Bans Strip Clubs

  • The murderer, in other words, is the ultimate antihuman, one who, in killing another, has negated the idea of humanity that is the pinnacle and purpose of Creation.

    The Ten Commandments

  • In the largest transfer of wealth in human history, we are committing economic suicide while effectively funding a movement whose sole objective is establishing a worldwide caliphate that will impose upon societies the most brutal, misogynistic, antihuman ideology in history.

    Post-American Presidency

  • He rejects the paganlike, antihuman crusade of the Enviro-Statist, which leads to callousness, conformity, and misery.

    Liberty and Tyranny

  • Harry, you are mostly right ... gay agenda, antihuman agenda, east coast liberal agenda, the jewish agenda these are equally ... well, you know.

    Waldo Jaquith - Ewert’s Roanoke support?

  • Maybe this is why the idea of a “New York minute” is so brutal and, when you think about it, antihuman.

    Black Pain

  • He soon soured on computers and condemned automated decision making as antihuman.

    MIT Professor's Work Led Him

  • But it's worth at least pausing to consider the potentially horrific implications of radical environmental ideology, which is, in the end, profoundly antihuman.

    From the WSJ Opinion Archives

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