Definition of Humanness

1. Noun. The quality of being human. "He feared the speedy decline of all manhood"

Exact synonyms: Humanity, Manhood
Generic synonyms: Quality
Attributes: Human, Nonhuman
Derivative terms: Human, Human, Human, Human, Human



Definition of Humanness

1. n. The quality or state of being human.

Definition of Humanness

1. Noun. The condition or quality of being human. ¹

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Definition of Humanness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humanness

humanities
humanity
humanization
humanizations
humanize
humanized
humanizer
humanizers
humanizes
humanizing
humankind
humanless
humanlike
humanly
humanmade
humanness (current term)
humannesses
humanoid
humanoids
humanosphere
humans
humanzee
humanzees
humas
humate
humates
humation
humations
humberstonite

Literary usage of Humanness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Man-made World: Or, Our Androcentric Culture by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1911)
"... I. AS TO humanness LET us begin, inoffensively, with sheep. The sheep is a beast with which we are all familiar, being much used in religious imagery; ..."

2. A Doctor's Viewpoint by John Bessner Huber (1914)
"THE humanness OF SCIENTISTS There is among many a misconception of the man of science as a morally and emotionally shriveled specimen who remorselessly ..."

3. The Enlargement of Life by Frederick Henry Lynch (1903)
"THE humanness OF GOD "Mary"—John xx: 16 {T is not often that a whole system of ... humanness ..."

4. Annual Report by John H. Delaney (1915)
"humanness " a Necessary Element in Treatment That a more human clement must be injected into the treatment of the insane is necessary. ..."

5. Life of Patrick A. Collins, with Some of His Most Notable Public Addresses by Michael Philip Curran (1906)
"I refer to the same quality which Mr. Gar- gan has already so fully appreciated,—the essential humanness of the man. I do not mean the humanness to which we ..."

6. Christian Ethics by Newman Smyth (1892)
"We may speak, therefore, reverently yet truly of the eternal humanness of God. ... This essential and eternal humanness of God is realized under temporal ..."

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