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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of humanise.

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Examples

  • So it kind of humanised the Aussie guys a bit, and makes you realise that if a chance comes then you're not too far away.

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  • But I fear that if the AFSPA is 'humanised' it would become acceptable.

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  • So it kind of humanised the Aussie guys a bit, and makes you realise that if a chance comes then you're not too far away.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • In addition, with the character of the tragic prostitute, Nancy, Dickens "humanised" such women for the reading public; women who were regarded as "unfortunates," inherently immoral casualties of the Victorian class/economic system. "[wiki]

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  • In addition, with the character of the tragic prostitute, Nancy, Dickens "humanised" such women for the reading public; women who were regarded as "unfortunates," inherently immoral casualties of the Victorian class/economic system. "[wiki]

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  • I call bringing children into the world a codfish act which causes an overflux of vulgar little earthlings, if the process be not humanised and spiritualised.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • It is an intimate community humanised by the format of video which, while it demands more from its contributors, gives back more in the quality of interaction.

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  • Hirschbiegel attracted plenty of criticism – and also awards – for Downfall, in which it was said that Bruno Ganz, an established giant of European acting, humanised Hitler to a degree with which many viewers were uncomfortable.

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  • Due to a lack of understanding of the communication process we have created a media society during the past 40 or 50 years, where the whole process has been de-humanised.

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  • The two Dalek factions fought one another apparently to the point of mutual annihilation, but the humanised Daleks were eventually overcome and destroyed.

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