dehumanised


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Synonyms for dehumanised

divested of human qualities or attributes

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ABUSED: Dominika is dehumanised and sent to thrill the enemy
Such a lack of empathy toward others can also help explain why some members of society are sometimes dehumanised, they said.
He says: "My great lesson from Auschwitz is whoever wants to dehumanise any other must first be dehumanised himself.
The point is that people were snatched from their homes, transported to death camps and dehumanised, so slaughtering them appeared less of a crime.
One widow claims that her husband was degraded and dehumanised and the staff and the hospital complaints procedure had failed them.