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  • v. Present participle of unhumanize.

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Examples

  • Not by unhumanizing himself, but by subordinating the human to the

    The Life of Jesus Christ in Its Historical Connexion and Historical Developement.

  • There is no other fear so horrible and unhumanizing as that which makes man dread to breathe heaven's vital air lest it be poison, or to grasp the hand of a brother or friend lest the gripe of the pestilence should clutch him.

    Lady Eleanore`s Mantle

  • That cold tendency, between instinct and intellect, which made me pry with a speculative interest into people's passions and impulses, appeared to have gone far towards unhumanizing my heart.

    The Blithedale Romance

  • There is no other fear so horrible and unhumanizing as that which makes man dread to breathe heaven's vital air lest it be poison, or to grasp the hand of a brother or friend lest the grip of the pestilence should clutch him.

    Twice Told Tales

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