Pronunciation of Human
/hjˈuːmən/, /hjˈuːmən/, /h_j_ˈuː_m_ə_n/
Antonyms for human:
coldblooded, inhumane, immortal, laureate, in-humane, un kinder, neverending, un sympathetic, in-terminable, preternatural, more genius, brute, inanimate, most paragon, angelic, more phoenixlike, most evergreen, un-kinder, never ceasing, in-human, omnipotent, in terminable, bestial, phoenixlike, animal, in-destructible, in destructible, in-dissoluble, unfading, more evergreen, un kindest, superhuman, fellest, subhuman, in-corruptible, cold blooded, inter-minable, most epic, infrahuman, omniscient, more neverceasing, nonhuman, most never ceasing, most unfading, never-ceasing, never ending, most laureate, most neverceasing, un-kindest, most wolfish, inhuman, neverceasing, nonentity, supernormal, un kind, robotic, un feeling, more epic, more never ceasing, un compassionate, in dissoluble, in human, un fading, un-fading, abstract, more paragon, wolfish, most phoenixlike, more laureate, beastly, more never-ceasing, plant, most inhuman, un-compassionate, un-kind, unmanly, more unfading, un relenting, in corruptible, more wolfish, most never-ceasing, indestructible.
Usage examples for human:
- I tell ye she's not human at all at all!" - "The Cricket", Marjorie Cooke.
- Then she looked about for some human eyes to make the same communication. - "Judith of the Cumberlands", Alice MacGowan.
- I only know that a man is human and that a beautiful woman was made to be loved. - "Arms and the Woman", Harold MacGrath.