Definition of Subhumans

1. Noun. (plural of subhuman) ¹



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Definition of Subhumans

1. subhuman [n] - See also: subhuman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subhumans

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Literary usage of Subhumans

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1. First Steps by Gyeorgos C. Hatonn (1995)
"Furthermore, all such evils are inflicted by force or fraud to support the lives of open criminals (whom we will call subhumans) such as you think of in ..."

2. Anabolic Steroid Abuse by Geraline C. Lin (1996)
"... of the book reveals that it does not contain a single reference to the aggression-promoting effects of anabolic steroids in either humans or subhumans. ..."

3. Strategy for Defeat: The Luftwaffe, 1933-1945 by Williamson Murray (1983)
"The basis of those decisions lay in an overestimation of the Reich's strength and a contemptuous arrogance that dismissed the Russians as subhumans and the ..."

4. Adventure Guide to the Inside Passage and Coastal Alaska by Lynn Readicker-Henderson (2002)
"While he was a typical colonialist, sure he was dealing with subhumans, Davydov did recognize some of the ..."

5. Bhagavad-Gita as It is: With the Original Sanskrit Text, Roman by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1989)
"Slaughter is the way of subhumans. Protein is amply available through split peas, ddl, whole wheat, etc. Foods in the mode of passion, which are bitter, ..."

6. The Crimean Tatars by Alan W. Fisher (1978)
"According to early Nazi racist theory, "Mongol, Tatar, and Kirgiz were all considered synonyms for subhumans. ..."

7. Cracow by Andrew Beattie, Hunter Publishing Staff (1999)
"... Gypsies (Romanies), homosexuals, Communists, Soviets, incurable invalids - were also killed, regarded by the Nazis as Untermensch - "subhumans". ..."

8. Cracow by Andrew Beattie, Timothy Pepper (2002)
"... Gypsies (Romanies), homosexuals, Communists, Soviets, incurable invalids - were also killed, regarded by the Nazis as Untermensch - 'subhumans'. ..."

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