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- adj. Not resembling or having the qualities of a human being.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not human; inhuman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not human; destitute of human qualities. Inhuman.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. divested of human qualities or attributes
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There is rich and sick irony throughout the play in that the way in which "the Jews" are shown talking about the "unhuman" arabs is taken directly from the way in which Jews are protrayed in the state sponsored media, of many Arab states anmd of course Hamas itself.
Unless some dude behavior is "unhuman" and should therefore be phased out, but good luck convincing me that some good, clean fun among guys is wrong because most women wouldn't like the same.
There is something really fearless, almost unhuman about the drivers—they're truly a different kind of animal.
I cannot belive we have become so unhuman in the way we act toward other people or their possessions.
Lil 'Wayne goes on to call Sharpton "just another Don King, with a perm, hahah, just a little more political, and that just means you're a little unhuman."
I felt like I was sharing some kind of secret with the unhuman things around me, the birds not yet stirring in the trees, the mud quiet on the ground.
You are alien to the human race, the real unhuman ones.
Martin occupied himself primarily in praying that Lorraine would not return just then; but also in marveling that a face so beautiful could simultaneously reveal itself as obviously unhuman, yet lose none of its appeal.
Everyone born and raised on the island was wary of magic, knew well that unhuman creatures walked the land.
Somewhere on this world there must be the one who caused all this, the one intelligence, human or unhuman, who controls it.