Definition of Inhumaneness

1. Noun. The quality of lacking compassion or consideration for others.

Exact synonyms: Inhumanity
Generic synonyms: Quality
Specialized synonyms: Atrociousness, Atrocity, Barbarity, Barbarousness, Heinousness, Bestiality, Mercilessness, Unmercifulness
Antonyms: Humaneness
Derivative terms: Inhumane, Inhuman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inhumaneness

inhomogenous
inhoop
inhooped
inhooping
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inhospitable
inhospitableness
inhospitably
inhospitalities
inhospitality
inhouse
inhuman
inhuman treatment
inhumane
inhumanely
inhumaneness (current term)
inhumanities
inhumanity
inhumanly
inhumanness
inhumannesses
inhumate
inhumated
inhumates
inhumating
inhumation
inhumations
inhume
inhumed
inhumer

Literary usage of Inhumaneness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"Was it not De Quincey that had a horror of the Chinese — of their inhumaneness and their inscrutability ? Certainly the people in Penang are not nice; ..."

2. The United Nations System: The Policies of Member States by Chadwick F. Alger, Gene Martin Lyons, John E. Trent (1995)
"... human rights (and inhumaneness), and ecological balance (and pollution).18 We have learned that in different circumstances people are inclined to ..."

3. The Philosophy of History by Augustus Schade, Rudolf Rocholl (1899)
"To the latter the Jew is chained, altho he may boast of his unconcern as to any religion; th" he may simulate indignation over any symptom of inhumaneness; ..."

4. From Sea to Sea: Letters of Travel by Rudyard Kipling (1907)
"Was it not De Quincey that had a horror of the Chinese — of their inhumaneness and their inscrutability ? Certainly the people in Penang are not nice; ..."

5. The Apprenticeship Writings of Frank Norris, 1896-1898 by Frank Norris (1996)
"... Norris describes the cause-effect relationships that give rise to economic prédation but refrains from condoning what he viewed as inhumaneness in the ..."

6. The Substance of Literature: Being an Essay Principally on the Influence of by Louis Pope Gratacap (1913)
"... to produce works as Gibbons, Hume, Michelet, Allison, Ranke, Sim- monds, Thirwall, 'have left us. As Russia loses its inhumaneness and inhumanity, ..."

7. Victimization: Nature & Trends by Willem Johannes Schurink (1992)
"It is suspected that numerous victims refrain from reporting the crime because they fear the inhumaneness of the intervention programme. ..."

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