noun (plural inhumanities)
Extremely cruel and brutal behavior: a justification for further cruelty and inhumanity
More example sentences
- There are no precedents for what is the most public act of inhumanity in the world's history, so schools have largely been left to get by on a wing and a lot of prayers.
- The positive is that there's less disorder and inhumanity which would have gone on in Bosnia or Kosovo.
- I don't often use words like ‘wickedness’ to describe acts of inhumanity.
late 15th century: from Old French inhumanite or Latin inhumanitas, from inhumanus 'inhuman'.