This is a level of inhumanity that frankly boggles my mind and makes me ill.
It was in these conversations that the inhumanity of our health-care system truly hit home to me.
And to the extent that we in America do not call our Israeli brothers and sisters on this inhumanity, we are complicit in it.
She opted to stay, believing her exit would be a victory for the authors of the inhumanity she dedicated her life to exposing.
Mengele felt no guilt, saw no inhumanity in what happened, and was so rigid and stubborn that eventually Rolf dropped the subject.
The only way in which to describe these unfortunate subjects of man's inhumanity was as animated bladders of lard.
It was not inhumanity, but fear of the knout that hurried him away.
We might add many other proofs of the inhumanity exercised towards Napoleon, were it necessary to our purpose.
You accuse me of injustice—of what amounts to inhumanity—of cruelty?
The inhumanity and craftiness of these propositions for the removal of the free people of color.
late 15c., from French inhumanité (14c.) or directly from Latin inhumanitatem (nominative inhumanitas) "inhuman conduct, savageness," noun of quality from inhumanus (see inhuman).
And Man, whose heav'n-erected face
The smiles of love adorn,--
Man's inhumanity to man
Makes countless thousands mourn!
[Robert Burns, "Man was Made to Mourn," 1784]