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  • adv. In an inhumane manner.

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  • adv. In an inhumane manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Inhumanly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an inhumane manner

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Examples

  • Doctors believed his treatment was "inhumanely" prolonging the dying process, the newspaper said.

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  • WikiLeaks suspect treated 'inhumanely' MONTHS of "inhumane" solitary confinement are taking a toll on the US Army private suspected of passing secret government files to WikiLeaks, one of his supporters says after paying him a visit.

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  • - Gen. Avichai Mendelblit and Attorney General Menachem Mazuz on Wednesday to launch an investigation into reports that Gaza detainees were held in "horrid conditions" and treated "inhumanely" during the

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  • A Christchurch woman claims her ill brother is being treated "inhumanely" in prison and efforts to help him have been futile.

    TUMEKE!

  • "inhumanely" and paid tribute to his work cracking the German Enigma codes.

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  • Now, when his opponents had tried to ambush him inhumanely, he displayed his wounds in front of more than fifty thousand people, unashamed of his past.

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  • It is the most widespread story, always underlining how inhumanely people were treated.

    Athens backs villagers' fight for German compensation over 1944 SS massacre

  • We have to do our best to make animals infected with foot-and-mouth disease die peacefully with the help of the government and citizen's groups, he said, alluding to criticism that animals have been inhumanely killed.

    Buddhists pray for animals killed to halt disease outbreak

  • The horses are inhumanely "farmed" in conditions that rival chickens' battery cages and calfs' veal crates.

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  • What Spohn remembers most about those three months as a prisoner was how inhumanely he was treated.

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