dehumanised


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Adj.1.dehumanised - divested of human qualities or attributesdehumanised - divested of human qualities or attributes
nonhuman - not human; not belonging to or produced by or appropriate to human beings; "nonhuman primates such as chimpanzees"
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But that "other world" is well concealed from man, that dehumanised, inhuman world, which is a celestial naught; and the bowels of existence do not speak unto man, except as man.
[USA], Apr 4 (ANI): People dealing with obesity are found to be stigmatised and blatantly dehumanised, reveals a study published by Eric Robinson and Inge Kersbergen in the journal 'Obesity'.
Under Charlotte Rampling's stern tutorship, Dominika is dehumanised, re-educated and programmed to thrill the enemy.
Playing songs about the dehumanising effects of robotics, computer dating, nuclear power and mass transportation, they have become the ultimate dehumanised band: dressed in identical costumes, standing still behind their consoles and interacting hardly at all with their audience.
What message does it send out to treat women as dehumanised sex objects?