inhuman


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Synonyms for inhuman

Synonyms for inhuman

showing or suggesting a disposition to be violently destructive without scruple or restraint

Synonyms for inhuman

without compunction or human feeling

belonging to or resembling something nonhuman

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You must remember that it has been quite open to me to think you rather inhuman.
Often the sensitive lad's nerves were strained to the breaking point by the inhuman torture he was constantly forced to inflict upon creatures that had learned to trust him.
A handful of villainous half-breeds dominated the country, armed such Indians as would support them, and turned the rest into slaves, terrorizing them with the most inhuman tortures in order to force them to gather the india-rubber, which was then floated down the river to Para.
It was so unnatural and so unsuited to the scene that it might have been made by some inhuman thing flying on wings above them or eavesdropping in the dark woods beyond.
I was some little way off, so that I could not make out the features, but there was something unnatural and inhuman about the face.
I suggest a series of articles pointing out how dreary, how inhuman, how downright diabolist, is the very smell and atmosphere of some of these great houses.
He was very quiet, and his white face, with its ruddy whiskers, seemed suddenly inhuman.
If ever an oppressed race existed, it is this one we see fettered around us under the inhuman tyranny of the Ottoman Empire.
inhuman because it despises a young girl who has been seduced.
Princess Mary hastily wiped away her tears, went resolutely up to Mademoiselle Bourienne, and evidently unconscious of what she was doing began shouting in angry haste at the Frenchwoman, her voice breaking: "It's horrible, vile, inhuman, to take advantage of the weakness.
His staring eyes wandered to the golden goblets from which the hideous votaries would soon quench their inhuman thirst in his own, warm life-blood.
And then there came another sound, hideous, sickly, a sound Granet had heard before, the sound of a rifle bullet cutting its way through flesh, followed by an inhuman cry.
That inhuman person committed an outrage on his family by making a fortune in the soap and candle trade.
I won't be inhuman enough to leave you alone in the house to-night; but if this delirium goes on, I must ask you to get another nurse.
All the bystanders were horrified, and asked him what he could mean by such brutal and inhuman conduct.