inhuman (Meaning)

Wordnet

inhuman (s)

without compunction or human feeling

belonging to or resembling something nonhuman

Webster

inhuman (a.)

Destitute of the kindness and tenderness that belong to a human being; cruel; barbarous; savage; unfeeling; as, an inhuman person or people.

Characterized by, or attended with, cruelty; as, an inhuman act or punishment.

inhuman Sentence Examples

  1. The torturer's inhuman treatment left the victim physically and emotionally scarred.
  2. The soldiers were subjected to inhuman conditions during their captivity.
  3. The movie depicted the inhumanity of the Nazi regime in stark detail.
  4. The child's cries revealed the inhumanity of her tormentors.
  5. The villain's actions were inhuman, defying all moral boundaries.
  6. The abuse of the elderly was an inhuman act that should be condemned.
  7. The tragedy of the natural disaster exposed the inhumanity of those who profited from the suffering.
  8. The dictator's regime was characterized by inhuman punishments and oppression.
  9. The scientist's experiments on animals were deemed inhuman and unethical.
  10. The massacre of innocent civilians was an act of inhuman barbarism.

FAQs About the word inhuman

without compunction or human feeling, belonging to or resembling something nonhumanDestitute of the kindness and tenderness that belong to a human being; cruel;

cruel, rough, brutal, hard, tough, harsh, grim, severe, murderous, searing

luxurious, soft, comfortable, comfortable, agreeable, easy, pleasant, luxurious, friendly, agreeable

The torturer's inhuman treatment left the victim physically and emotionally scarred.

The soldiers were subjected to inhuman conditions during their captivity.

The movie depicted the inhumanity of the Nazi regime in stark detail.

The child's cries revealed the inhumanity of her tormentors.