Humanness [noun]

Definition of Humanness:

human race

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Sentence/Example of Humanness:

Our health care system will fail and the cost in human life will be high.

Daimler’s trucks division said in October it had invested in Luminar as part of a broader partnership to produce autonomous trucks capable of navigating highways without a human driver behind the wheel.

With an estimated 1 million to 2 million people placed in camps, human rights groups have called the situation in Xinjiang a cultural genocide.

To be by the fire feels comforting, primal and human in a way little else does right now.

Fortunately, many essential human characteristics, including free will, do not reduce to individual genes.

Pets should be treated like human family members and kept from interacting with people outside the household.

By the time of his own death in 1799, Washington personally owned just over 50 human beings.

A Thai-inspired “Les Miserables,” set in a magical version of Thailand, anchored in themes of law and social justice, but centered by the beautiful human relationships that make up the heart of this story.

Scientists agree rising greenhouse gases linked to human activity are driving up global temperatures and, left unabated, will cause irreversible damage to the planet.

In that way, they are not unlike humans during the holidays.