humanly

[hyoo-muhn-lee or, often, yoo-]
adverb
1.
in a human manner.
2.
by human means.
3.
within the limits of human knowledge and capability: Is it humanly possible to predict the future?
4.
from or according to the viewpoint of humankind.

Origin:
1605–15; human + -ly

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humanly (ˈhjuːmənlɪ)
 
adv
1.  by human powers or means
2.  in a human or humane manner

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Example sentences
To escape physical and moral contagion in these crowds seemed humanly
  impossible.
Be as active as humanly possible in publishing and presenting.
In the fall you should spend as much time outdoors as humanly possible.
Nobody sat upon a barrel, as is the custom of the idle in other lands, yet all
  the isolated barrels were humanly occupied.
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