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Synonyms for dehumanize

deprive of human qualities

make mechanical or routine


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The people who Messent cruelly and unnecessarily dehumanises are the abandoned English working class, surplus to requirements now our manufacturing is farmed out to third world sweat-shops.
She objected to the sexist and threatening comments made by rapper Coolio, yet she is part of an industry which dehumanises women into objects, and portrays women as bodies, a pair of breasts and 'asking for it'.
Dr Morgan said Christians could achieve this by being seen to live their lives by the gospel and through non-violent means, fighting "against everything that enslaves, degrades, and dehumanises human beings.
Mr Blunkett said: 'It is a form of domestic violence that dehumanises people by denying them their right to choose how to live their lives.
Too much excessive use of electronic information dehumanises what is a very important part of community life and living together.
There's also a ham-fisted message here about how violence dehumanises us all, which might have been pertinent if Wes Craven hadn't already made it his own about 40 years ago.
Tribunal deputy president Cate McKenzie said: "To regard the gay male patrons of the venue as providing a spectacle to be stared at, as one would at an animal at a zoo, devalues and dehumanises them.
That's why we need to repent and to keep on repenting, setting our faces against the racism that both destroys and dehumanises other people.
It degrades and dehumanises those involved and attracts individuals to the area that residents would not want there.
These child-ren are trading in films depicting violent sex which dehumanises, denigrates and devalues women.