unhumanly


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unhumanly

(ʌnˈhjuːmənlɪ)
adv
in an unhuman way
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The "law-abiding," "dull" and "obvious" city of Zenith itself becomes a character in Lewis's story, of a rank near a modern version of paradise city on a grand, if totally mechanized and standardized (hence unhumanly artificial), scale:
One of the greatest achievements--certainly unhumanly ingenious--was the Tower of Babel, where the Almighty came down to confuse the tongues, because those vermins tried to get at the secrets of Heaven and so the Almighty.
The child, even his cries, must the ship balance, makes me wild to fight this unhumanly keeling.