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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unhumanize.

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Examples

  • The indeterminateness of the suggestions of an unhumanized scene was then felt as a defect; now we feel it rather as an exaltation.

    The Sense of Beauty Being the Outlines of Aesthetic Theory

  • I made long foot excursions through the valleys of the Connecticut and Housatonic; but, after my experience in rural England, it was very discouraging to ransack that still unhumanized landscape for pictures.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist

  • For a sufficiency of material food from day to day, we rightly ask by the proper use of each faculty and member God has given us, to compel the earth to yield up its resources for our sustenance, which it would do in ample abundance for all, were it not for the inordinate greed and lust, or the gross lethargy, of that many-phased, still unhumanized beast that man has to conquer in himself.

    The Arena Volume 4, No. 24, November, 1891

  • DEAREST BETTY, -- This morning it is a wild country all along the way, untamed and unhumanized for the most part, and we go flying along through dark forests and forlorn burnt lands from tiny station to station.

    Betty Leicester A Story For Girls

  • These great abilities, subsisting with a temper so modest and unaffected, and never unhumanized by the abstract enthusiasm for art, place him on a plane between Shakespere and Goethe.

    A Study Of Hawthorne

  • In the "French and Italian Note-Books," Hawthorne describes the look he caught sight of in Guido's picture, -- that "of a being unhumanized by some terrible fate, and gazing out of a remote and inaccessible region, where she was frightened to be alone, but where no human sympathy could reach her."

    A Study of Hawthorne

  • Penthesilea herself, than trust myself among a people unhumanized and uncivilized by the refining influence and companionship of women!

    St. Elmo

  • I would sooner confront an army of Amazons headed by Penthesilea herself, than trust myself among a people unhumanized and uncivilized by the refining influence and companionship of women!

    St. Elmo. A Novel.

  • England, it was very discouraging to ransack that still unhumanized landscape for pictures.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist, Volume I

  • Inexpressibly shocked and startled, it was still the keenest pang when Herkimer remembered that the fate of his cousin Rosina, the ideal of gentle womanhood, was indissolubly interwoven with that of a being whom Providence seemed to have unhumanized.

    Egotism; or, The Bosom Serpent

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