Definition of Humanised

1. Verb. (past of humanise) ¹



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Definition of Humanised

1. humanise [v] - See also: humanise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humanised

humaneness
humanenesses
humaner
humanest
humanhood
humanhoods
humanics
humanified
humanifies
humaniform
humanify
humanifying
humanisation
humanisations
humanise
humanised (current term)
humaniser
humanisers
humanises
humanising
humanism
humanisms
humanist
humanistic
humanistic discipline
humanistic psychology
humanistically
humanists
humanitarian
humanitarian intervention

Literary usage of Humanised

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1. Manners, Customs, and Dress During the Middle Ages, and During the by P. L. Jacob (1874)
"The Legislation of Barbarism humanised by Christianity.—Right of Justice inherent to the Right of Property.—The Laws under Charlemagne.—Judicial Forms. ..."

2. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"Another result was that which more than anything humanised barbarism itself. It was not one host which in settled battle-array broke into France and Spain, ..."

3. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne: Eighth by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"Another result was that which more than anything humanised barbarism itself. It was not one host which in settled battle-array broke into France and Spain, ..."

4. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne: Eighth by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"Another result was that which more than anything humanised barbarism itself. It was not one host which in settled battle-array broke into France and Spain, ..."

5. Practical dietetics by William Gilman Thompson (1905)
""humanised milk." 4. Modified milk. Milk laboratories. i. Sterilised Milk.—The sterilisation of milk is accomplished by heating it up to the boiling point, ..."

6. The Public and Private Life of the Ancient Greeks by Heinrich Hase (1836)
"CHAPTER V. Warlike character and tastes of the Greeks — Art of war not in existence — Refinement of the Homeric armour — Cretan or Pyrrhic dance — humanised ..."

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