Definition of Humaner
1. humane [adj] - See also: humane
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Literary usage of Humaner
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life and Death of Lord Edward Fitzgerald by Thomas Moore (1831)
"No sooner, therefore, had they, in their own opinion, attained this object, than a disposition to relax into a humaner policy showed itself. ..."
2. Twenty Years in Parliament by William Torrens McCullagh Torrens (1893)
"left unascertained and unasserted with reference to military penalties in Crown colonies or garrisons, one may safely trust to the progress of humaner ..."
3. Lectures and Miscellanies by Henry James (1852)
"N >v the Christian era marked one of these grand strokes of destiny, one of these grand crises which inaugurate humaner ideas of God, humaner fellowship ..."
4. Greek Thinkers: A History of Ancient Philosophy by Theodor Gomperz (1905)
"Against such wanton insult and mutilation of the dead many a vigorous protest was raised by the humaner sentiment of the fifth century; and these protests ..."