Definition of Humanising

1. Verb. (present participle of humanise) ¹



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Definition of Humanising

1. humanise [v] - See also: humanise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humanising

humanhood
humanhoods
humanics
humanified
humanifies
humaniform
humanify
humanifying
humanisation
humanisations
humanise
humanised
humaniser
humanisers
humanises
humanising (current term)
humanism
humanisms
humanist
humanistic
humanistic discipline
humanistic psychology
humanistically
humanists
humanitarian
humanitarian intervention
humanitarian interventions
humanitarianism
humanitarianisms
humanitarians

Literary usage of Humanising

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1. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) (1882)
"Dr. PHENE, FSA, FRGS, contributed a Paper on * The Refining and humanising Influences of Art: the Perse- politan and Roman Periods. ..."

2. John Chinaman at Home: Sketches of Men, Manners and Things in China by Edward John Hardy (1905)
"... authority and without preparation—The selection of missionaries— Objections answered—Testimony of Chinese themselves—Method of work—humanising as well ..."

3. The Case for Municipal Drink Trade by Edward Reynolds Pease (1904)
"... Law—Popular Control of the Trade—Perpendicular Drinking—humanising the Public House— Municipalisation and the Drink Bill: Good Liquor—Municipalisation ..."

4. The Letters of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens (1879)
"In famous cases of shipwreck, it is very rare indeed that any person of any humanising education or refinement resorts to this dreadful means of prolonging ..."

5. Diary of a Working Clergyman in Australia and Tasmania: Kept During the by John Davies Mereweather (1859)
"... sciences, and all the humanising virtues of life—a form of Christianity equally remote from tendency to Atheism on the one hand, and to Superstition on ..."

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