Definition of Inhumanely

1. Adverb. In an inhumane manner. "The prisoners of war were treated inhumanely"

Antonyms: Humanely
Partainyms: Inhumane



Definition of Inhumanely

1. Adverb. In an inhumane manner. ¹

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Definition of Inhumanely

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inhumanely

inhomogeneously
inhomogenous
inhoop
inhooped
inhooping
inhoops
inhospitable
inhospitableness
inhospitably
inhospitalities
inhospitality
inhouse
inhuman
inhuman treatment
inhumane
inhumanely (current term)
inhumaneness
inhumanities
inhumanity
inhumanly
inhumanness
inhumannesses
inhumate
inhumated
inhumates
inhumating
inhumation
inhumations
inhume
inhumed

Literary usage of Inhumanely

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1. Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time: Containing the History by John Henniker Heaton (1879)
"Joseph Luker, a constable, was inhumanely murdered whilst on duty, August 2(i, 1803. .... inhumanely ..."

2. Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the by United States, Congress, House (1906)
"Explain that phrase " so inhumanely." Mr. COWAN. It fits this: You unload the cattle from Montana. They are carried 1400 miles, and you unload them three ..."

3. The Bloody Bridge: And Other Papers Relating to the Insurrection of 1641 by Thomas Fitzpatrick (1903)
"... and inhumanely butchered and tormented ; and, besides the slain, abundance of poor families stripped and sent naked away out of all their possessions. ..."

4. The Travels of Cyrus: To which is Annexed, a Discourse Upon the Theology and by Ramsay (Andrew Michael), Nicolas Fréret (1814)
"After having in vain employed both caresses and threatening*, he inhumanely caused her to be shut up with her son Lycophron in a high tower, situated upon ..."

5. History of Sligo, County and Town by William Gregory Wood-Martin (1889)
"... and most inhumanely dragged him at the horse heeles upp and downe the streets, and did (at that same time after that) hang Margret Careless, a midwife, ..."

6. The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the by Robert Wodrow (1836)
"beat and abused his wife, who was with child, most inhumanely, and threatened before her eyes to force two of her daughters, all which put her to such a ..."

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