• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Unhumanize To render inhuman or barbarous.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • unhumanize To cause to cease to be human; deprive or divest of the nature or characteristics of human beings.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1st pref. un-, + humanize,


In literature:

The electric shock of the young sun-beams and the unhuman beauty of the woods began to irk and daunt her.
"Prince Otto a Romance" by Robert Louis Stevenson
It was a curious sound, loud and hollow and unhuman, yet it seemed to be a cough.
"Penrod and Sam" by Booth Tarkington
They are by no means so unhuman as they look.
"Russia" by Donald Mackenzie Wallace
Garvey snarled as his unhuman eyes followed the moving figure, disclosing long, amber-coloured fangs.
"Whirligigs" by O. Henry
It will be said that not the wildest evolutionist really asks that we should become in any way unhuman or copy any other animal.
"What's Wrong With The World" by G.K. Chesterton
Athalia, its unhumanness, as you call it, is why I think it may be of God.
"The Way to Peace" by Margaret Deland
There is something unhuman in the roar of an angry river: it has a knell in it.
"The Valiant Runaways" by Gertrude Atherton
I declare it is quite oppressive and unhuman to have such wagabonds rummaging one's lockers!
"Homeward Bound" by James Fenimore Cooper
He is always, to me, quite unhuman.
"The Vanishing Man" by R. Austin Freeman
Gideon shot the second gun in this unhuman warfare.
"The Wrong Twin" by Harry Leon Wilson

In news:

Since the canopy's generated by the math of the sun's movements, there's something unhuman and astronomical about it.