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- adv. In an inhuman manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an inhuman manner; cruelly; barbarously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inhuman manner; with cruelty; barbarously.
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My parents were a bit like those tennis parents who start drilling their kids on the court when theyre about two, with the idea of creating some kind of inhumanly precocious tennis prodigy.
Evil, understood as performing not simply bad acts but "inhumanly" bad acts, seems almost impossible.
They were used to build the wealth of white America and the history of how they were inhumanly exploited is precisely what some Americans would like us to forget.
With their one taste-organ orifice, they consume books with a sound that, if you're not born there, takes some getting used to -- and they consume so many books so fast, that * ian authors must imbibe inspiration in some way inhumanly possible as they work without rest, coffee or praise -- for on asteroid * there is an inverse of the Earth ratio of fiction writers to readers.
"She seemed almost inhumanly at ease, natural, relaxed, spontaneous, as if playing a part she was born to play," Betts writes of Obama at the inaugural balls.
So, for example, there are people in our world who can run really, really fast; the corresponding Grace would be the ability to run even faster inhumanly fast.
We are called upon to be almost inhumanly visionary.
"The truly creative mind in any field is no more than this: A human creature born abnormally, inhumanly sensitive."
As long as even one for-profit insurance company remains in the deal, they will systematically suck as much money out of you and me as is inhumanly possible.
The transformation sees the sinewy, hyperflexible Watson twisted into anguished and inhumanly weird shapes.
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