Inhuman [adjective]

Definition of Inhuman:


Opposite/Antonyms of Inhuman:

Sentence/Example of Inhuman:

She was asked to embody an inhuman level of perfection in order to be accepted as 'good enough' by the doubters but showed them all what it means to be truly outstanding.

By all the sounded consonants we have—“Inhuman Civil War;” the latter shorter, more significant, and more easily remembered.

For some twelve centuries the Holy Church carried out this inhuman policy.

There was a long stretch of wood country, where the wretch's most inhuman deeds had been located.

Suddenly, some common impulse born of the moment and the scene—of its inhuman ghostliness and grandeur—drew them to each other.

It is evidently religion; it is a zeal which renders inhuman, and which serves to cover the greatest infamy.

It was this very perfection, so charming to see, but in a sense so inhuman, which had ever dismayed him.

Princes, magistrates, and judges become inhuman and pitiless as soon as there is a question of the interests of religion.

The slaves had wreaked their terrible vengeance; but the greatest, the deepest, the most inhuman cruelty was in letting him go.

If possible, they were more cruel than their inhuman lords and masters.