inhumanely

inhumane

[in-hyoo-meyn or, often, -yoo-]
adjective
not humane; lacking humanity, kindness, compassion, etc.

Origin:
1590–1600; variant of inhuman; see in-3, humane

inhumanely, adverb

inhuman, inhumane.
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inhuman (ɪnˈhjuːmən)
 
adj
1.  Also: inhumane lacking humane feelings, such as sympathy, understanding, etc; cruel; brutal
2.  not human
 
inhu'manely
 
adv
 
in'humanly
 
adv
 
in'humanness
 
n

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inhumane
1481, from L. inhumanus (see inhuman). Originally a variant spelling and pronunciation of inhuman, it appears to have died out 17c. but been revived c.1822 as a negative form of humane (q.v.).
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