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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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He added that PMA was ready to help the people when they needed any assistance but still it was being treated inhumanly.
For exactly three-hundred and seven years today, the African people have criminally oppressed, ruthlessly exploited and inhumanly degraded.
Dak dismissed the allegations by government that the rebels were attacking humanitarian barges along the Nile that were delivering the relief assistance, saying this was a false pretext by the government in order to act inhumanly.
He is part of his own culture of traditional men, LPC, NCC, which is too often defined by the societal pressure to remain inhumanly tough and self-sufficient.
The Bulgarians, in particular, inhumanly exploited the zone under their control -- eastern Macedonia and Thrace.
I can only presume that, at that point, anyone in the audience not laughing or crying was either hard of hearing or experiencing the same kind of inhumanly brutal attack on his profits as Friedman himself.
Lack of sufficient toilets, showers, overcrowded hygiene facilities and bunks, bad food, inhumanly long work hours, corrupt officials who stole the women's meager wages, hostile inmates, crime, beatings--all were similar to the gulags of the late Soviet era.
But the trolls are clever, fast and inhumanly strong.
There's often a level of "should have/could have" in any approach (that's what makes us human), and the character of Samantha Church reflects this process; more so than most mysteries that would portray a protagonist as spunky, strong, and inhumanly irrepressible.
As Tom's experience within the music industry expands, he plans to push the limits of the human voice as far as inhumanly possible.
You cannot believe that people could be so inhumanly treated and starved to that extent.
I stared because their faces, so different, so similar, were all devastatingly, inhumanly beautiful.
His responses fit into an almost inhumanly narrow range of emotions.
it's the gorilla," exclaims one of them looking at the 30-year-old Filipino nurse, Reuel Ice Abellon applying the finishing touches to his transformation into Chewbacca - a 'gentle, hairy, non-English speaking' 200-year-old wookiee that's one of the fictional bipeds from the universe of Star Wars, almost seven feet tall and inhumanly strong.