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Definitions of human

  1.   having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings; " human beings"; " the human body"; " human kindness"; " human frailty"
  2.   Belonging to man; having the qualities of a man.
  3.   any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae
  4.   relating to a person; " the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects"
  5.   A human being.
  6.   Pertaining to, or characteristic of, man or mankind; having the qualities of a man; not divine.
  7.   Pertaining to man; suitable for man.
  8.   characteristic of humanity; " human nature"
  9.   Belonging to man or mankind; having the qualities or attributes of a man; of or pertaining to man or to the race of man; as, a human voice; human shape; human nature; human sacrifices.
  10.   Humanly.
  11.   Of or pert. to mankind; having the quality or nature of man.
  12.   Pertaining to man or mankind.
  13.   a human being; " there was too much for one person to do"
  14.   Belonging or pertaining to man or mankind: having the qualities of a man.

Antonyms for human

bestial, infrahuman, dehumanized, grim, divine, omniscient, immortal, blessed, sacred, anthropoid, savage, animal, fierce, angelic, inhuman, godlike, superhuman, omnipotent, apelike, subhuman, dehumanised, preternatural, supernormal, anthropoidal, supernatural, beastly, robotic, godly, nonhuman, vicious, brute, ferocious, bloodless, heavenly, fell, unhuman, holy.

Quotes of human

  1. I think Whitman more than any other poet possessed the gift of revealing to others the beauty of everything around us, the beauty of nature, the beauty of human beings. – Ella R. Bloor
  2. There isn't a single human being who hasn't plenty to cry over, and the trick is to make the laughs outweigh the tears. – Dorothy Dix
  3. To love the one who loves you, To admire the one who admires you, In a word, to be the idol of one's idol, Is exceeding the limit of human joy; It is stealing fire from heaven. – Delphine de Girardin
  4. In the true sense one's native land, with its background of tradition, early impressions, reminiscences and other things dear to one, is not enough to make sensitive human beings feel at home. – Emma Goldman
  5. Thus, we see that one of the obvious origins of human disagreement lies in the use of noises for words. – Alfred Korzybski
  6. Human nerves quickly get accustomed to the most unusual conditions and circumstances and I noticed that quite a number of men actually fell asleep from sheer exhaustion in the trenches, in spite of the roaring of the cannon about us and the whizzing of shrapnel over our heads. – Fritz Kreisler
  7. No human trait deserves less tolerance in everyday life, and gets less, than intolerance. – Giacomo Leopardi
  8. Our nation was created in ways that allow human potential to prosper, and it created the greatest nation for people in the history of humanity. Now Obama is dismantling it, because he has no appreciation for our greatness. In fact, he resents it. He blames this country for whatever evils he sees around the world. – Rush Limbaugh
  9. Just as it had taken centuries to determine the true nature of the universe, so also the search for the beginning of human life proceeded well into the 20th century. – Wellington Mara
  10. The poor prey on one another because their lives offer no hope and communicate the tragic message to these human beings that they have no possibility to attain a decent standard of living. – Thabo Mbeki
  11. Compassion is contempt with a human face. – John McCarthy
  12. All human beings are interconnected, one with all other elements in creation. – Henry Reed
  13. And of all illumination which human reason can give, none is comparable to the discovery of what we are, our nature, our obligations, what happiness we are capable of, and what are the means of attaining it. – Adam Weishaupt
  14. Every non -political human grouping of whatever kind, legal, social, religious, economic or other becomes at last political if it creates an opposition deep enough to range men against one another as enemies. – Francis Parker Yockey

Usage examples for human

  1. Could any human being read them and not break his heart for her? ” – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. “ I am very human and my bitterness must speak out when I remember last night. ” – The Justice of the King by Hamilton Drummond
  3. It is up to every human being to do his or her part. ” – The Boy Scouts on a Submarine by Captain John Blaine
  4. As you say, she's a very good nurse- maid, and she's a pleasant sort of a human being besides. ” – The Real Adventure by Henry Kitchell Webster
  5. We find many human beings, however, doing things that are harmful for them and that are so inveterated by habit that it is extremely difficult to get away from them. ” – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
  6. It was all so real and human – The Heart of Unaga by Ridgwell Cullum
  7. He knows that those who love like him cannot love long with a human love. ” – Saint Augustin by Louis Bertrand
  8. “ I never realized how human he was before. ” – Dawson Black: Retail Merchant by Harold Whitehead
  9. He ain't a human man. ” – The Flockmaster of Poison Creek by George W. Ogden
  10. Dreams, as well as other human affairs, must have been of a different nature then. ” – Henry of Ofterdingen: A Romance. by Friedrich von Hardenberg
  11. There could be no doubt that it was human – The Second Deluge by Garrett P. Serviss
  12. It is used for human food all over the world. ” – Soil Culture by J. H. Walden
  13. God has so made the human soul that this can be taught to young children if one only knows how to do it. ” – Guide to the Kindergarten and Intermediate Class and Moral Culture of Infancy. by Elizabeth P. Peabody Mary Mann
  14. The great truth which Plato taught was the subordination of the lower elements in human nature to the higher. ” – The Five Great Philosophies of Life by William de Witt Hyde
  15. “ A moment after there was a horrible cry like nothing human then a heavy fall. ” – A Terrible Secret by May Agnes Fleming
  16. It seems to me that I would feel as much interest as that in any human being I had once known. ” – Barriers Burned Away by E. P. Roe
  17. There was no boat in sight, no human being on shore, to save you. ” – Dawn by Mrs. Harriet A. Adams
  18. “ No human being can suspect anything, she repeated several times. ” – Countess Erika's Apprenticeship by Ossip Schubin
  19. And at no point more than in its treatment of its human factors. ” – The Romance of a Great Store by Edward Hungerford
  20. Who can read the human heart? ” – Rossmoyne by Unknown

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