Inhumanities [noun]

Definition of Inhumanities:

lack of compassion

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Sentence/Example of Inhumanities:

As the conversations about racial injustice grew more intense and the examples of inhumanity became more pronounced and horrifying, he knew he couldn’t remain a passive observer.

Nature, ever buoyant and imperative, does her best to remedy the ills created by "Man's inhumanity to Man."

The grim old ruin has many dark traditions of the times when "man's inhumanity to man" was the rule rather than the exception.

The Star is shadowed by our thoughtless inhumanity to those who serve us and our forgetfulness of the needy.

Mai profited by his high station to show his cruelty and inhumanity.

If Tiberius must exhibit his colossal inhumanity, could he have anywhere in all the world chosen a better spot?

Even bear-baiting was esteemed heathenish and unchristian: the sport of it, not the inhumanity, gave offence.

The tendency to nausea twisted his face into grotesque inhumanity; he held his breath as well as he could, and shoved on.

Never did victorious army act more insolently or with greater inhumanity.

This sum was given to her in three payments of 7s., and out of this guinea Mary Bateman had the inhumanity to extort 18s.