Queen Raina of Jordan also spoke, calling the refugee crisis in Syria “a slap in the face of humanity.”
Beinart's innate decency and humanity were, for whatever reason, deeply touched by this highly affecting scene.
Phelps approach to sharing “good news” was always dogmatic, extreme, and seemingly void of humanity.
But for others, Taylor robbed them of their humanity and their future.
Take that potential, multiply it several million times and you get: the future, if not of humanity, then at least of comedy.
A shallow grave was dug in the soft earth at the foot of the cliff, and the melancholy remnant of humanity was lifted into it.
Then he ventured into the heat and glare of Broadway where humanity stewed and wilted.
The fads and foibles of humanity can be good-naturedly exposed in humorous articles that have no sting.
I was oppressed, grieved, sickened, at the sad presentation of humanity.
This was a matter of temperament, perhaps, but it reveals the humanity as well as the divinity of the man.
late 14c., "kindness, graciousness," from Old French humanité, umanité "human nature; humankind, life on earth; pity," from Latin humanitatem (nominative humanitas) "human nature; philanthropy, kindness; good breeding, refinement; the human race, mankind," from humanus (see human). Sense of "human nature, human form" is c.1400; that of "human race" first recorded mid-15c.