Examples of inhumanity in a Sentence
man's inhumanity to man has been a recurring theme in human history
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He was convinced, also, that people could not be moved to abolish voluntarily the inhumanity of man to man by mere persuasion and pleading, but that they could be moved to do so by dramatizing the evil through massive nonviolent resistance.
His Prior is screechy and mannered to the point of inhumanity.
In fact, a rumor is circulating that in order to achieve that latter goal, the emperor has issued a royal decree that is breathtaking in its inhumanity.
Ellwanger grew up in segregated Selma, Ala., seeing the indignities, injustice and inhumanity of the Jim Crow South.
Worse: What if your heroes and friends — or people who seem like them — are themselves capable of inhumanity?
Such attacks on truth continue to betray unspeakable inhumanity.
The residents of Eden-Olympia are trapped between two inhumanities: the placidity of their non-home and the dizzying temptations of cruelty.
Second World War civil conflicts, joining the Balkans, Rwanda, the killing fields of Cambodia and the long Colombian insurgency in terms of sheer brutality, inhumanity and lethality.
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Definition of inhumanity for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being cruel to other people or to animals
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